Christophe J. Douady, Ph.D.

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LEHNA, UMR5023, Biology department Université Lyon 1, Université de Lyon 
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Saclier N, Chardon P, Malard F, et al. (2020) Bedrock radioactivity influences the rate and spectrum of mutation. Elife. 9
Gauthier M, Konecny-Dupré L, Nguyen A, et al. (2019) Enhancing DNA metabarcoding performance and applicability with bait capture enrichment and DNA from conservative ethanol. Molecular Ecology Resources
Alonso L, Pommier T, Kaufmann B, et al. (2019) Anthropization level of Lascaux Cave microbiome shown by regional-scale comparisons of pristine and anthropized caves. Molecular Ecology
Saclier N, François CM, Konecny-Dupré L, et al. (2019) Life History Traits Impact the Nuclear Rate of Substitution but Not the Mitochondrial Rate in Isopods. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Saclier N, François CM, Konecny-Dupré L, et al. (2018) Life history traits impact the nuclear rate of substitution but not the mitochondrial rate in isopods. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Lefébure T, Morvan C, Malard F, et al. (2017) Less effective selection leads to larger genomes. Genome Research
Francois CM, Duret L, Simon L, et al. (2016) No evidence that nitrogen limitation influences the elemental composition of isopod transcriptomes and proteomes. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Morard R, Escarguel G, Weiner AK, et al. (2016) Nomenclature for the Nameless: a Proposal for an Integrative Molecular Taxonomy of Cryptic Diversity Exemplified by Planktonic Foraminifera. Systematic Biology
Morard R, Darling KF, Mahé F, et al. (2015) PFR(2) : a curated database of planktonic foraminifera 18S ribosomal DNA as a resource for studies of plankton ecology, biogeography and evolution. Molecular Ecology Resources
Der Sarkissian C, Vilstrup JT, Schubert M, et al. (2015) Mitochondrial genomes reveal the extinct Hippidion as an outgroup to all living equids. Biology Letters. 11
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