Robert D. Martin, Ph.D.

Field Museum, Chicago, IL, United States 
anthropology, evolutionary biology, human reproductive biology
"Robert Martin"
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Wilkinson RD, Steiper ME, Soligo C, et al. (2011) Dating primate divergences through an integrated analysis of palaeontological and molecular data. Systematic Biology. 60: 16-31
Modolo L, Martin RD, van Schaik CP, et al. (2008) When dispersal fails: unexpected genetic separation in Gibraltar macaques (Macaca sylvanus). Molecular Ecology. 17: 4027-38
Martin RD, Maclarnon AM, Phillips JL, et al. (2006) Flores hominid: new species or microcephalic dwarf? The Anatomical Record. Part a, Discoveries in Molecular, Cellular, and Evolutionary Biology. 288: 1123-45
Martin RD, Maclarnon AM, Phillips JL, et al. (2006) Comment on "The Brain of LB1, Homo floresiensis". Science (New York, N.Y.). 312: 999; author reply 99
Miller ER, Gunnell GF, Martin RD. (2005) Deep time and the search for anthropoid origins. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 60-95
Olson LE, Sargis EJ, Martin RD. (2005) Intraordinal phylogenetics of treeshrews (Mammalia: Scandentia) based on evidence from the mitochondrial 12S rRNA gene. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 35: 656-73
Suswam EA, Ross CA, Martin RJ. (2003) Changes in adenosine transport associated with melaminophenyl arsenical (Mel CY) resistance in Trypanosoma evansi: down-regulation and affinity changes of the P2 transporter. Parasitology. 127: 543-9
Pastorini J, Forstner MR, Martin RD. (2002) Phylogenetic relationships among Lemuridae (Primates): evidence from mtDNA. Journal of Human Evolution. 43: 463-78
Suswam EA, Taylor DW, Ross CA, et al. (2001) Changes in properties of adenosine transporters in Trypanosoma evansi and modes of selection of resistance to the melaminophenyl arsenical drug, Mel Cy. Veterinary Parasitology. 102: 193-208
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