Kirk E. Lohmueller

Affiliations: 
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Area:
Population genetics; Statistical methods in evolutionary and medical genetics; genetic variation data
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Durvasula A, Lohmueller KE. (2021) Negative selection on complex traits limits phenotype prediction accuracy between populations. American Journal of Human Genetics
Zhen Y, Huber CD, Davies RW, et al. (2020) Greater strength of selection and higher proportion of beneficial amino acid changing mutations in humans compared to mice and . Genome Research
Adrion JR, Cole CB, Dukler N, et al. (2020) A community-maintained standard library of population genetic models. Elife. 9
Huber CD, Kim BY, Lohmueller KE. (2020) Population genetic models of GERP scores suggest pervasive turnover of constrained sites across mammalian evolution. Plos Genetics. 16: e1008827
Adrion JR, Cole CB, Dukler N, et al. (2020) Author response: A community-maintained standard library of population genetic models Elife
vonHoldt BM, Kartzinel RY, Huber CD, et al. (2018) Growth factor gene IGF1 is associated with bill size in the black-bellied seedcracker Pyrenestes ostrinus. Nature Communications. 9: 4855
Mooney JA, Huber CD, Service S, et al. (2018) Understanding the Hidden Complexity of Latin American Population Isolates. American Journal of Human Genetics. 103: 707-726
Kim BY, Huber CD, Lohmueller KE. (2018) Deleterious variation shapes the genomic landscape of introgression. Plos Genetics. 14: e1007741
Huber CD, Durvasula A, Hancock AM, et al. (2018) Gene expression drives the evolution of dominance. Nature Communications. 9: 2750
Schweizer RM, Durvasula A, Smith J, et al. (2018) Natural Selection and Origin of a Melanistic Allele in North American Gray Wolves. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 35: 1190-1209
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