Andrew Moeller

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2015-2018 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States 
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Zipple MN, Kuo DC, Meng X, et al. (2024) Sex-specific competitive social feedback amplifies the role of early life contingency in male mice. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Vogt CC, Zipple MN, Sprockett DD, et al. (2024) Publisher Correction: Female behavior drives the formation of distinct social structures in C57BL/6J versus wild-derived outbred mice in field enclosures. Bmc Biology. 22: 72
Vogt CC, Zipple MN, Sprockett DD, et al. (2024) Female behavior drives the formation of distinct social structures in C57BL/6J versus wild-derived outbred mice in field enclosures. Bmc Biology. 22: 35
Sarkar A, McInroy CJA, Harty S, et al. (2024) Microbial transmission in the social microbiome and host health and disease. Cell. 187: 17-43
Real MVF, Colvin MS, Sheehan MJ, et al. (2024) Major urinary protein () gene family deletion drives sex-specific alterations in the house-mouse gut microbiota. Microbiology Spectrum. e0356623
Trevelline BK, Sprockett D, DeLuca WV, et al. (2023) Convergent remodelling of the gut microbiome is associated with host energetic condition over long-distance migration. Functional Ecology. 37: 2840-2854
Brunetti AE, Lyra ML, Monteiro JPC, et al. (2023) Convergence of gut microbiota in myrmecophagous amphibians. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 290: 20232223
Moeller AH, Sanders JG, Sprockett DD, et al. (2023) Assessing co-diversification in host-associated microbiomes. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Real MVF, Colvin MS, Sheehan MJ, et al. (2023) Major urinary protein ( ) gene family deletion drives sex-specific alterations on the house mouse gut microbiota. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Sprockett DD, Price JD, Juritsch AF, et al. (2023) Home-site advantage for host species-specific gut microbiota. Science Advances. 9: eadf5499
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