Gregory A. Wray, Biology

Affiliations: 
Duke University, Durham, NC 
Website:
http://www.biology.duke.edu/wraylab/
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Children

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Chris J. Lowe grad student Duke (Neurotree)
Alexandra E. Bely grad student 1999 SUNY Stony Brook
Margaret Pizer grad student 1997-2001 SUNY Stony Brook, Duke (Marine Ecology Tree)
Ehab Abouheif grad student 2002 Duke
Matthew V. Rockman grad student 2004 Duke (FlyTree)
James P. Balhoff grad student 1999-2005 Duke
Ann L. Rouse grad student 2007 Duke (Neurotree)
Jenny Tung grad student 2010 Duke (Neurotree)
Ken D. Yokoyama grad student 2010 Duke (Neurotree)
David A. Garfield grad student 2011 Duke
Daniel E. Runcie grad student 2012 Duke (Neurotree)
Jonathan L. Boyd grad student 2014 Duke (Neurotree)
Jennifer Wygoda Israel grad student 2010-2015 Duke (Neurotree)
Alejandro Berrio post-doc 2016- Duke
Lingyu Wang post-doc 2016-2017 Duke (Neurotree)

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Floyd A. Reed collaborator 2007-2007 Duke (FlyTree)
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Devens HR, Davidson PL, Byrne M, et al. (2023) Hybrid Epigenomes Reveal Extensive Local Genetic Changes to Chromatin Accessibility Contribute to Divergence in Embryonic Gene Expression Between Species. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 40
Massri AJ, McDonald B, Wray GA, et al. (2023) Feedback circuits are numerous in embryonic gene regulatory networks and offer a stabilizing influence on evolution of those networks. Evodevo. 14: 10
Henry JJ, Wray GA, Raff RA. (2023) Mechanism of an Alternate Type of Echinoderm Blastula Formation: The Wrinkled Blastula of the Sea Urchin Heliocidaris erythrogramma: (direct development/echinoderm development/morphogenesis/sea urchin embryos/wrinkled blastula). Development, Growth & Differentiation. 33: 317-328
Devens HR, Davidson PL, Byrne M, et al. (2023) Hybrid epigenomes reveal extensive local genetic changes to chromatin accessibility contribute to divergence in embryonic gene expression between species. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Davidson PL, Guo H, Swart JS, et al. (2022) Recent reconfiguration of an ancient developmental gene regulatory network in Heliocidaris sea urchins. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Ketchum RN, Davidson PL, Smith EG, et al. (2022) A chromosome-level genome assembly of the highly heterozygous sea urchin Echinometra sp. EZ reveals adaptation in the regulatory regions of stress response genes. Genome Biology and Evolution
Davidson PL, Byrne M, Wray GA. (2022) Evolutionary changes in the chromatin landscape contribute to reorganization of a developmental gene network during rapid life history evolution in sea urchins. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Wray GA. (2021) Extreme phenotypic divergence and the evolution of development. Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 146: 79-112
Massri AJ, Greenstreet L, Afanassiev A, et al. (2021) Developmental single-cell transcriptomics in the Lytechinus variegatus sea urchin embryo. Development (Cambridge, England)
Byrne M, Koop D, Strbenac D, et al. (2021) Transcriptomic analysis of Nodal - and BMP- associated genes during development to the juvenile seastar in Parvulastra exigua (Asterinidae). Marine Genomics. 100857
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