Andreas Wagner

1999- The Santa Fe Institute 
 2006-2010 Biochemistry Universität Zürich, Zürich, ZH, Switzerland 
 2011- Institute of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies Universität Zürich, Zürich, ZH, Switzerland 
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Dasmeh P, Zheng J, Erdoğan AN, et al. (2024) Rapid evolutionary change in trait correlations of single proteins. Nature Communications. 15: 3327
Schmutzer M, Dasmeh P, Wagner A. (2024) Frustration can Limit the Adaptation of Promiscuous Enzymes Through Gene Duplication and Specialisation. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 92: 104-120
Karve S, Dasmeh P, Zheng J, et al. (2022) Low protein expression enhances phenotypic evolvability by intensifying selection on folding stability. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Iyengar BR, Wagner A. (2022) GroEL/S overexpression helps to purge deleterious mutations and reduce genetic diversity during adaptive protein evolution. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Dasmeh P, Doronin R, Wagner A. (2021) The length scale of multivalent interactions is evolutionarily conserved in fungal and vertebrate phase-separating proteins. Genetics
Dasmeh P, Wagner A. (2021) Yeast Proteins may Reversibly Aggregate like Amphiphilic Molecules. Journal of Molecular Biology. 434: 167352
Dasmeh P, Wagner A. (2020) Natural selection on the phase-separation properties of FUS during 160 million years of mammalian evolution. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Schweizer G, Wagner A. (2020) Genotype networks of 80 quantitative Arabidopsis thaliana phenotypes reveal phenotypic evolvability despite pervasive epistasis. Plos Computational Biology. 16: e1008082
Moerman F, Fronhofer EA, Wagner A, et al. (2020) Gene swamping alters evolution during range expansions in the protist . Biology Letters. 16: 20200244
Zheng J, Payne JL, Wagner A. (2019) Cryptic genetic variation accelerates evolution by opening access to diverse adaptive peaks. Science (New York, N.Y.). 365: 347-353
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