Laurent Keller

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Université de Lausanne, Lausanne, VD, Switzerland 
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Daniel Cherix grad student

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Tanja Schwander grad student 2003-2007 (Evolution Tree)
Yannick Wurm grad student 2005-2009 Université de Lausanne (Computational Biology Tree)
Sara Mitri grad student 2005-2010 Université de Lausanne (Evolution Tree)
Daniel JC Kronauer post-doc (Evolution Tree)
Lino Ometto post-doc 2006-2009 Université de Lausanne
Adria C. LeBoeuf post-doc 2011-2016 (Neurotree)
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Privman E, Cohen P, Cohanim AB, et al. (2018) Positive selection on sociobiological traits in invasive fire ants. Molecular Ecology
Schmid-Siegert E, Sarkar N, Iseli C, et al. (2017) Low number of fixed somatic mutations in a long-lived oak tree. Nature Plants. 3: 926-929
Weitekamp CA, Libbrecht R, Keller L. (2017) Genetics and Evolution of Social Behavior in Insects. Annual Review of Genetics
LeBoeuf AC, Waridel P, Brent CS, et al. (2016) Oral transfer of chemical cues, growth proteins and hormones in social insects. Elife. 5
Lucas ER, Privman E, Keller L. (2016) Higher expression of somatic repair genes in long-lived ant queens than workers. Aging
Libbrecht R, Oxley PR, Keller L, et al. (2016) Robust DNA Methylation in the Clonal Raider Ant Brain. Current Biology : Cb
Grüter C, Keller L. (2016) Inter-caste communication in social insects. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 38: 6-11
Romiguier J, Cameron SA, Woodard SH, et al. (2015) Phylogenomics controlling for base compositional bias reveals a single origin of eusociality in corbiculate bees. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Libbrecht R, Keller L. (2015) The making of eusociality: insights from two bumblebee genomes. Genome Biology. 16: 75
Hollis B, Kawecki TJ, Keller L. (2015) No evidence that within-group male relatedness reduces harm to females in Drosophila. Ecology and Evolution. 5: 979-83
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