Ryan J. Haasl, Ph.D.

2013 Genetics University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Genetics, Evolution and Development Biology
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Bret A. Payseur grad student 2013 UW Madison
 (Consequential Repetition: Microsatellites as Targets of Natural Selection.)
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Haasl RJ, Payseur BA. (2016) Fifteen years of genomewide scans for selection: trends, lessons and unaddressed genetic sources of complication. Molecular Ecology. 25: 5-23
Haasl RJ, Johnson RC, Payseur BA. (2014) The effects of microsatellite selection on linked sequence diversity. Genome Biology and Evolution. 6: 1843-61
Haasl RJ, Payseur BA. (2014) Remarkable selective constraints on exonic dinucleotide repeats. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 68: 2737-44
Gray MM, Wegmann D, Haasl RJ, et al. (2014) Demographic history of a recent invasion of house mice on the isolated Island of Gough. Molecular Ecology. 23: 1923-39
Haasl RJ, McCarty CA, Payseur BA. (2013) Genetic ancestry inference using support vector machines, and the active emergence of a unique American population. European Journal of Human Genetics : Ejhg. 21: 554-62
Haasl RJ, Payseur BA. (2013) Microsatellites as targets of natural selection. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 30: 285-98
Payseur BA, Jing P, Haasl RJ. (2011) A genomic portrait of human microsatellite variation. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 28: 303-12
Haasl RJ, Payseur BA. (2011) Multi-locus inference of population structure: a comparison between single nucleotide polymorphisms and microsatellites. Heredity. 106: 158-71
Haasl RJ, Payseur BA. (2010) The number of alleles at a microsatellite defines the allele frequency spectrum and facilitates fast accurate estimation of theta. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 27: 2702-15
Simon DP, Vadakkadath Meethal S, Wilson AC, et al. (2009) Activin receptor signaling regulates prostatic epithelial cell adhesion and viability. Neoplasia (New York, N.Y.). 11: 365-76
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