Title: Transcriptome and allele frequency responses to selection for tame/aggressive behaviors in silver foxes (vulpes vulpes)
Speaker: Xu Wang, Ph.D.
Time: April 11 (Tuesday) 2017, 10:00am
Venue: Laboratory of Southwestern Biodiversity, 1st floor conference room (1-24-26)
Everyone is welcome!
1. Rago A, Gilbert D, Choi JH, Sackton T, Wang X, Kelkar Y, Werren JH, Colbourne JK (2016) OGS2: Genome Re-Annotation of the Jewel Wasp Nasonia vitripennnis. BMC Genomics, 17:678.
2. Wang X*, Werren JH*, Clark AG* (2016) Allele-specific transcriptome and methylome analysis reveals stable transmission and cis-regulation of DNA methylation in Nasonia. PLoS Biology, 14(7):e1002500. (*co-corresponding authors)
3. Alexander KA, Wang X, Shibata M, Clark AG, Garcia-Garcia MJ (2015) Genomic imprinting is regulated by TRIM28 through a novel mechanism that is distinct from the maintenance of germline imprints. Cell Reports, 13(6):1194-1205.
4. Wang X, Werren JH, Clark AG (2015) Genetic and epigenetic architecture of sex-biased expression in the jewel wasps Nasonia vitripennis and giraulti. PNAS, 112(27): E3545-E3554. Commented in Biology of Reproduction.
5. Chow CY, Wang X, Riccardi D, Wolfner MF, Clark AG (2015) The genetic architecture of the genome-wide transcriptional response to ER stress in the mouse. PLoS Genetics, 11(2):e1004924.
6. Douglas KC, Wang X, Jasti M, Wolff A, VandeBerg JL, Clark AG, Samollow PB (2014) Genome-wide histone state profiling of fibroblasts from the opossum, Monodelphis domestica, identifies the first marsupial-specific imprinted gene. BMC Genomics, 15:89.
7. Wang X and Clark AG (2014). Using next-generation RNA sequencing to identify imprinted genes. Heredity (Edinb), 113(2):156–166.
8. Wang X, Douglas KC, VandeBerg JL, Clark AG, Samollow PB (2014). Chromosome-wide profiling of X-chromosome inactivation and epigenetic states in fetal brain and placenta of the opossum, monodelphis domestica. Genome Research, 24 (1):70-83.
9. Wang X, Wheeler D, Avery A, Rago A, Choi JH, Colbourne JK, Clark AG, Werren JH (2013). Function and evolution of DNA methylation of the genome of Nasonia vitripennis. PLoS Genetics, 9(10): e1003872.
10. Wang X, Miller DC, Harman R, Antczak DF, Clark AG (2013). Paternally expressed genes predominate in the placenta. PNAS, 110(26):10705-10710. Commented in Biology of Reproduction and Science Daily.
11. Wang X, Miller DC, Antczak DF, Clark AG (2012). Random X inactivation in the horse and mule placenta. Genome Research, 22 (10):1855-1863.
12. Wang X, Soloway PD, Clark AG (2011). A Survey for Novel Imprinted Genes in the Mouse Placenta by mRNA-seq. Genetics, 189(1):1-14.
13. Clark AG, Wang X, Matise TC (2010). Contrasting methods of quantifying fine structure of human recombination. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics, 11:45-64.
14. Wang X, Soloway PD, Clark AG (2010). Paternally biased X inactivation in mouse neonatal brain. Genome Biology, 11(7):R79.
15. Wang X, Sun Q, McGrath SD, Mardis ER, Soloway PD, Clark AG (2008).Transcriptome-wide identification of novel imprinted genes in neonatal mouse brain. PLoS ONE, 3(12):e3839.
16. Pollard KS, Serre D, Wang X, Tao H, Grundberg E, Hudson TJ, Clark AG, Frazer K (2008). A genome-wide approach to identifying novel-imprinted genes. Human Genetics, 122(6),625-634.
17.Brideau NJ, Flores HA, Wang J, Maheshwari S, Wang X, Barbash, DA (2006). Two Dobzhansky-Muller genes interact to cause hybrid lethality in Drosophila. Science, 314(5803):1292-1295.
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