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Schumer M, Cui R, Powell DL, Rosenthal GG, Andolfatto P. Ancient hybridization and genomic stabilization in a swordtail fish. Mol Ecol. 2016 ;25(11):2661-79.
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Mallarino R, Campàs O, Fritz JA, Burns KJ, Weeks OG, Brenner MP, et al.. Closely related bird species demonstrate flexibility between beak morphology and underlying developmental programs. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2012 ;109(40):16222-7.
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Williams BB, Van Benschoten AH, Cimermancic P, Donia MS, Zimmermann M, Taketani M, et al. Discovery and characterization of gut microbiota decarboxylases that can produce the neurotransmitter tryptamine. Cell Host Microbe. 2014 ;16(4):495-503.
Guo C-J, Chang F-Y, Wyche TP, Backus KM, Acker TM, Funabashi M, et al. Discovery of Reactive Microbiota-Derived Metabolites that Inhibit Host Proteases. Cell. 2017 ;168(3):517-526.e18.
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Aardema ML, vonHoldt BM, Fritz ML, Davis SR. Global evaluation of taxonomic relationships and admixture within the Culex pipiens complex of mosquitoes. Parasit Vectors. 2020 ;13(1):8.
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Kwan JC, Tianero MDiarey B, Donia MS, Wyche TP, Bugni TS, Schmidt EW. Host control of symbiont natural product chemistry in cryptic populations of the tunicate Lissoclinum patella. PLoS One. 2014 ;9(5):e95850.
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Tianero MDiarey, Balaich JN, Donia MS. Localized production of defence chemicals by intracellular symbionts of Haliclona sponges. Nat Microbiol. 2019 ;4(7):1149-1159.
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Mallarino R, Bermingham E, Willmott KR, Whinnett A, Jiggins CD. Molecular systematics of the butterfly genus Ithomia (Lepidoptera: Ithomiinae): a composite phylogenetic hypothesis based on seven genes. Mol Phylogenet Evol. 2005 ;34(3):625-44.
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Matthews BJ, McBride CS, DeGennaro M, Despo O, Vosshall LB. The neurotranscriptome of the Aedes aegypti mosquito. BMC Genomics. 2016 ;17:32.
De-Silva DLisa, Mota LL, Chazot N, Mallarino R, Silva-Brandão KL, Piñerez LMiryam Gó, et al.. North Andean origin and diversification of the largest ithomiine butterfly genus. Sci Rep. 2017 ;7:45966.
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Mallarino R, Abzhanov A. Paths less traveled: evo-devo approaches to investigating animal morphological evolution. Annu Rev Cell Dev Biol. 2012 ;28:743-63.
Charruau P, Johnston RA, Stahler DR, Lea A, Snyder-Mackler N, Smith DW, et al. Pervasive Effects of Aging on Gene Expression in Wild Wolves. Mol Biol Evol. 2016 ;33(8):1967-78.
Nadimpalli S, Persikov AV, Singh M. Pervasive variation of transcription factor orthologs contributes to regulatory network evolution. PLoS Genet. 2015 ;11(3):e1005011.
Aardema ML, Andolfatto P. Phylogenetic incongruence and the evolutionary origins of cardenolide-resistant forms of Na(+) ,K(+) -ATPase in Danaus butterflies. Evolution. 2016 ;70(8):1913-21.
Jiggins CD, Mallarino R, Willmott KR, Bermingham E. The phylogenetic pattern of speciation and wing pattern change in neotropical Ithomia butterflies (Lepidoptera: nymphalidae). Evolution. 2006 ;60(7):1454-66.
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Inclan YF, Persat A, Greninger A, Von Dollen J, Johnson J, Krogan N, et al. A scaffold protein connects type IV pili with the Chp chemosensory system to mediate activation of virulence signaling in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Mol Microbiol. 2016 ;101(4):590-605.
McCulloch KJ, Yuan F, Zhen Y, Aardema ML, Smith G, Llorente-Bousquets J, et al. Sexual Dimorphism and Retinal Mosaic Diversification following the Evolution of a Violet Receptor in Butterflies. Mol Biol Evol. 2017 ;34(9):2271-2284.
Whinnett A, Zimmermann M, Willmott KR, Herrera N, Mallarino R, Simpson F, et al. Strikingly variable divergence times inferred across an Amazonian butterfly 'suture zone'. Proc Biol Sci. 2005 ;272(1580):2525-33.
Jenni S, Goyal Y, von Grotthuss M, Shvartsman SY, Klein DE. Structural Basis of Neurohormone Perception by the Receptor Tyrosine Kinase Torso. Mol Cell. 2015 ;60(6):941-52.
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Brown JE, McBride CS, Johnson P, Ritchie S, Paupy C, Bossin H, et al. Worldwide patterns of genetic differentiation imply multiple 'domestications' of Aedes aegypti, a major vector of human diseases. Proc Biol Sci. 2011 ;278(1717):2446-54.