Josep Comeron

Affiliations: 
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 
Area:
molecular evolution, population genetics
Website:
http://www.biology.uiowa.edu/comeron/
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Comeron JM. (2014) Background selection as baseline for nucleotide variation across the Drosophila genome. Plos Genetics. 10: e1004434
Adrian AB, Comeron JM. (2013) The Drosophila early ovarian transcriptome provides insight to the molecular causes of recombination rate variation across genomes. Bmc Genomics. 14: 794
Comeron JM, Ratnappan R, Bailin S. (2012) The many landscapes of recombination in Drosophila melanogaster. Plos Genetics. 8: e1002905
Hong X, Doddapaneni H, Comeron JM, et al. (2012) Microarray-based capture of novel expressed cell type-specific transfrags (CoNECT) to annotate tissue-specific transcription in Drosophila melanogaster. G3 (Bethesda, Md.). 2: 873-82
McDonnell CM, King D, Comeron JM, et al. (2012) Evolutionary toxicogenomics: diversification of the Cyp12d1 and Cyp12d3 genes in Drosophila species. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 74: 281-96
Williford A, Comeron JM. (2010) Local effects of limited recombination: historical perspective and consequences for population estimates of adaptive evolution. The Journal of Heredity. 101: S127-34
Wu M, Comeron JM, Yoon HS, et al. (2009) Unexpected dynamic gene family evolution in algal actins. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 26: 249-53
Hadany L, Comeron JM. (2008) Why are sex and recombination so common? Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1133: 26-43
Llopart A, Comeron JM. (2008) Recurrent events of positive selection in independent Drosophila lineages at the spermatogenesis gene roughex. Genetics. 179: 1009-20
Lanier W, Moustafa A, Bhattacharya D, et al. (2008) EST analysis of Ostreococcus lucimarinus, the most compact eukaryotic genome, shows an excess of introns in highly expressed genes. Plos One. 3: e2171
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