Michael Hague

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2018 Biology University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
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Gendreau KL, Hornsby AD, Hague MTJ, et al. (2021) Gene Conversion Facilitates the Adaptive Evolution of Self-Resistance in Highly Toxic Newts. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Hague MTJ, Woods HA, Cooper BS. (2021) Pervasive effects of on host activity. Biology Letters. 17: 20210052
Hague MTJ, Caldwell CN, Cooper BS. (2020) Pervasive Effects of on Host Temperature Preference. Mbio. 11
Hague MTJ, Stokes AN, Feldman CR, et al. (2020) The geographic mosaic of arms race coevolution is closely matched to prey population structure. Evolution Letters. 4: 317-332
Hague MTJ, Mavengere H, Matute DR, et al. (2020) Environmental and Genetic Contributions to Imperfect Mel-Like Transmission and Frequency Variation. Genetics
Gendreau KL, Hague MTJ, Feldman CR, et al. (2020) Sex linkage of the skeletal muscle sodium channel gene (SCN4A) explains apparent deviations from Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium of tetrodotoxin-resistance alleles in garter snakes (Thamnophis sirtalis). Heredity
Hague MTJ, Toledo G, Geffeney SL, et al. (2018) Large-effect mutations generate trade-off between predatory and locomotor ability during arms race coevolution with deadly prey. Evolution Letters. 2: 406-416
Hague MT, Feldman CR, Brodie ED, et al. (2017) Convergent adaptation to dangerous prey proceeds through the same first-step mutation in the garter snake Thamnophis sirtalis. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Hague MT, Avila LA, Hanifin CT, et al. (2016) Toxicity and population structure of the Rough-Skinned Newt (Taricha granulosa) outside the range of an arms race with resistant predators. Ecology and Evolution
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