Jose M. Ranz

University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
"Jose Ranz"
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Carlos Diaz-Castillo post-doc
Marcin von Grotthuss post-doc UC Irvine
Shudan Yeh post-doc 2009- UC Irvine (Evolution Tree)


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Casey Bergman collaborator 2004-2007 Cambridge
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Jayaswal V, Ndo C, Ma HC, et al. (2021) Intraspecific transcriptome variation and sex-biased expression in Anopheles arabiensis. Genome Biology and Evolution
Patlar B, Jayaswal V, Ranz JM, et al. (2021) Nonadaptive molecular evolution of seminal fluid proteins in Drosophila. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Ranz JM, González PM, Clifton BD, et al. (2021) A de novo transcriptional atlas in Danaus plexippus reveals variability in dosage compensation across tissues. Communications Biology. 4: 791
Clifton B, Jimenez J, Kimura A, et al. (2020) Understanding the early evolutionary stages of a tandem D. melanogaster-specific gene family: a structural and functional population study. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Civetta A, Ranz JM. (2019) Genetic Factors Influencing Sperm Competition. Frontiers in Genetics. 10: 820
Barter TT, Greenspan ZS, Phillips MA, et al. (2019) Drosophila transcriptomics with and without ageing. Biogerontology
Ranz J, Clifton B. (2019) Characterization and evolutionary dynamics of complex regions in eukaryotic genomes. Science China. Life Sciences
Jayaswal V, Jimenez J, Magie R, et al. (2018) A species-specific multigene family mediates differential sperm displacement in Drosophila melanogaster. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Clifton BD, Librado P, Yeh SD, et al. (2016) Rapid Functional And Sequence Differentiation of a Tandemly-Repeated Species-Specific Multigene Family in Drosophila. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Mardiros XB, Park R, Clifton B, et al. (2016) Postmating Reproductive isolation between strains of Drosophila willistoni. Fly. 0
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