Antony M. Dean, PhD

Ecology, Evolution and Behavior University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
"Antony Dean"


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Carrie F. Olson-Manning research assistant 2006-2007 UMN (Chemistry Tree)
Lauren Merlo grad student UMN
Satinder Singh grad student UMN
Jianming Zhang grad student UMN
Danielle H Drabeck grad student 2012-2019 UMN
Ridong Chen post-doc UMN
Ben Kerr post-doc UMN
Guoping Zhu post-doc UMN


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Manyuan Long collaborator 1998-2004 UMN
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Drabeck DH, Rucavado A, Hingst-Zaher E, et al. (2022) Ancestrally reconstructed Von Willebrand Factor (vWF) reveals evidence for trench warfare coevolution between opossums and pit vipers. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Drabeck DH, Rucavado A, Hingst-Zaher E, et al. (2020) Resistance of South American opossums to vWF-binding venom C-type lectins. Toxicon : Official Journal of the International Society On Toxinology
Yi X, Dean AM. (2019) Adaptive Landscapes in the Age of Synthetic Biology. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Drabeck D, Dean A, Jansa S. (2018) Opossums vs. vipers: Molecular and functional characterization of a coevolutionary arms race Toxicon. 150: 316
Dean AM, Lehman C, Yi X. (2017) Fluctuating Selection in the Moran. Genetics
Yi X, Dean AM. (2016) Phenotypic plasticity as an adaptation to a functional trade-off. Elife. 5
Devamani T, Rauwerdink AM, Lunzer M, et al. (2016) Catalytic promiscuity of ancestral esterases and hydroxynitrile lyases. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Rauwerdink A, Lunzer M, Devamani T, et al. (2015) Evolution of a Catalytic Mechanism. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Cooper JD, Neuhauser C, Dean AM, et al. (2015) Tipping the mutation-selection balance: Limited migration increases the frequency of deleterious mutants. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 380: 123-133
Drabeck DH, Dean AM, Jansa SA. (2015) Why the honey badger don't care: Convergent evolution of venom-targeted nicotinic acetylcholine receptors in mammals that survive venomous snake bites. Toxicon : Official Journal of the International Society On Toxinology. 99: 68-72
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