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Day 1 (July 27)

  1. Gunbin, Konstantin: Deep inside into vertebrates and invertebrates macroevolution: the molecular evolution modes of strict orthologous protein sequences
  2. Gunbin, Konstantin: Why we need new evidences for deep Archaea evolution: the lesson from study of horizontal transfer highways
  3. Eirin-Lopez, Jose Maria: Evolutionary specialization of the nucleosome core particle in the mollusc Mytilus galloprovincialis
  4. Rogers, Rebekah: Evolution of chimeric genes in Drosophila melanogaster
  5. Mano, Shuhei: Power of duality in stochastic modeling of population genetics
  6. Kayal, Ehsan: Evolution of linear mtDNA in Medusozoa (Cnidaria)
  7. Kayal, Ehsan: Calcareous sponges redefine the limits of mtDNA evolution in the animal kingdom
  8. Liberles, David: The evolution of protein sequences under structural and functional constraint
  9. Beekman, Danielle: Establishing the origin and molecular evolution of Dipteran male achiasmatic meiosis
  10. Schoville, Sean: Colliding fragment islands transport independent lineages of endemic rock-crawlers (Grylloblattidea: Grylloblattidae) in the Japanese Archipelago
  11. Pett, Walker: The case of the disappearing translational system: the coevolving histories of mitochondrial tRNAs and aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases
  12. Sugino, Ryuichi: Natural selection on gene order in the genome re-organization process after whole genome duplication of yeast
  13. Di Rienzi, Sara: Proximity to an origin of replication influences the mechanism of gene amplification
  14. Naseeb, Samina: Impact of chromosomal inversions on co-expressed gene clusters
  15. Penny, David: The J-shaped curve: integrating molecular evolution over different time scales
  16. Matsumoto, Takuya: Molecular evidence for the residual nuclear genome of the green algal endosymbiont in the dinoflagellate Lepidodinium chlorophorum
  17. Tseng, ShuPing: Speciation models of Takydromus spp. : Assessing gene flow during speciation process
  18. Ackerman, Matthew: Maximum likelihood analysis of genome-size evolution allows the detection of episodic gene gain and loss
  19. Leu, Jun Yi: Adaptation to identical conditions leads to hybrid incompatibility
  20. Zhang, Bo: Worldwide invasion genetics of Russian wheat aphid
  21. Elnagdy, Sherif: The direct fitness effects of male-killer infection on female hosts
  22. Story, Alice: The interconnection of molecular evolution, gene network, and cellular aging
  23. Banovich, Nick: Genetic approaches to understanding primate craniofacial morphology
  24. Yazaki, Euki: Difference in transcriptional regulation between two genes encoding plastid-targeted GAPDH in Karenia mikimotoi
  25. Bik, Holly: Rapid biodiversity assessment of microbial eukaryotes using high-throughput sequencing: a case study from the BP oil spill
  26. Racimo, Fernando: Replaying the tape of life in a microcosm: massive parallel evolution of Pseudomonas fluorescens
  27. Schmid, Jan: Sex has no obvious net benefit for clinical candida albicans isolates
  28. Nishimura, Yuki: The phylogenetic position of the katablepharid Leucocryptos marina based on seven mitochondrial gene sequences
  29. Weighill, Thomas: Dimensionality reduction for learning alignment-specific amino acid substitution models
  30. Fujita, Junta: Molecular phylogeography of a deep-sea crangonid shrimp Argis lar from northern Japan: corresponding patterns to ocean current pathways
  31. Kawashima, Ayaka: Molecular evolution of CYP2 cluster genes in primates
  32. Truong, Amanda: Analysis of Great Salt Lake brine flies expands the phylogenetic diversity of Wolbachia endosymbionts
  33. Luthringer, Remy: Sex determination in the brown algae Ectocarpus
  34. Duong, Trang: Potential gene interactions influencing the regulation of the lac operon during adaptation of an Escherichia coli population
  35. Chao, Lin: The evolution of mutational and damage loads and bacterial aging
  36. Heinz, Eva: Reductive evolution on genomic and cellular level on the example of the microsporidian parasite Trachipleistophora hominis
  37. Kamikawa, Ryoma: Spliceosomal introns in a split form: another aspect of intron evolution in eukaryotes
  38. Williams, Tom: Evolution of microsporidian genomes and proteomes
  39. Chien, Chin I: Functional analysis of charcot-marie-tooth type 2D related glycyl-tRNA synthetase mutants in yeast
  40. Liu, Xiling: Role of MEF2A in driving human-specific extension of cortical synaptogenesis
  41. Hilman, Dror: The hippo signalling pathway through an evolutionary looking glass
  42. Bero, Damian: Correlation between codon bias and genome size in eukaryotes
  43. Feder, Alison: An investigation of heuristic and maximum likelihood approaches for the detection of natural selection in time series data
  44. Eimes, John: Rapid loss of MHC class II variation in a bottlenecked population is explained by drift and loss of copy number variation
  45. Beiko, Robert: Phylogenomics and lateral gene transfer in a 10,000-genome world
  46. Beiko, Robert: Geographic analysis of human salivary microbiomes using GenGIS
  47. Erb, Sarah: Prevalent, non-intron sequence insertions in Daphnia pulex protein coding regions
  48. Shiina, Takashi: Elucidation of genomic structure and diversity of the Macaca fascicularis MHC
  49. Matsushita, Yuka: Finding a polymorphism of the L-M opsin gene in howler monkeys which have been supposed to have uniform trichromacy in New World Monkeys
  50. Lin, Ching Ping: Complete chloroplast genomes (cpDNAs) of Pinaceae species: insights into the long standing controversy over Pinaceae phylogeny
  51. Linsen, Sam: Transcriptional response towards early-life stress during development of the zebrafish
  52. Niskanen, Alina: MHC diversity in grey wolves (Canis lupus)
  53. Iwasaki, Yuki: A novel evolutionary study to predict directional changes of Influenza A virus genome sequences
  54. Renzette, Nicholas: Population genomics of human cytomegalovirus in human hosts
  55. Borodynko, Kazimiera: Defective interfering RNAs of tomato black ring virus? origin, nature and secondary structure
  56. Parks, Donovan: Quantifying beta-diversity over phylogenetic trees and networks
  57. Parks, Donovan: Statistical analysis of metagenomic profiles
  58. Weng, Mao Lun: Heterogeneity of nucleotide substitution rates in organelle genes of Pelargonium
  59. David Alvarez-Ponce: The human genome retains relics of its prokaryotic ancestry: human genes of archaebacterial and eubacterial origin exhibit remarkable differences
  60. Tanifuji, Goro: Genomic characterization of Neoparamoeba pemaquidensis (Amoebozoa) and its kinetoplastid endosymbiont
  61. Wang, Daryi: Evidence of association between nucleosome occupancy and the evolution of transcription factor binding sites in yeast
  62. Wang, Daryi: The impact of normalization and phylogenetic information on estimating the distance metrics for metagenomes
  63. Onimaru, Koh: Development and evolution of the lateral plate mesoderm: comparative analysis of amphioxus and lamprey, with implications for the acquisition of paired fins
  64. Huang, Chih Wei: How many genes to reconstruct a reliable mitogenomic phylogeny
  65. Huttley, Gavin: Suitability of codon model forms for measuring selection
  66. Morii, Yuta: Extreme morphological change: an example of two land snails in Hokkaido, Japan
  67. Hasiow Jaroszewska, Beata: molecular characterization and biological variability of isolates representing European genotype of pepino mosaic virus
  68. Gabaldon, Toni: Phylogenomics in the face of ever-growing genomic data
  69. Illingworth, Christopher: Quantifying selection acting on a trait from allele frequency time-series
  70. Daskalaki, Evangelia: Rejection of kinship in an early medieval Swedish burial ground
  71. Strandberg, Rebecka: Molecular evolution of pheromone receptor genes in self-fertilizing taxa of the fungal genus Neurospora
  72. Richardson, Joshua: Does HTZ1 confer robustness to environmental and genetic sources of phenotypic variation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae?
  73. Nitta, Kozue: Genetic basis of flower anthocyanins: flower color evolution in daylily (Hemerocallis fulva) and nightlily (H. citrina)
  74. Steinruecken, Matthias: An accurate sequentially Markov conditional sampling distribution for the coalescent with recombination
  75. Okamoto, Tomoko: Predation on pollinating fig wasp of Ficus erecta by Dipteran larvae
  76. Matsunami, Masatoshi: Paralogous conserved non-coding sequences derived from the two-round whole genome duplications
  77. Miyazawa, Hideyuki: Phylogenetic analyses of myriapods based on three nuclear protein-coding genes
  78. Toyama, Hironori: Adaptive species replacement in hybrid population of two closely related viola species occurring in contrast habitats
  79. Yoon, Ung Han: Expression and evolutionary analysis of seed storage proteins in rice
  80. Yoshida, Masaaki: Genome structure analysis of molluscs revealed large-scale genome duplication and lineage specific repeat variation
  81. Hall, Alex: Host-parasite coevolutionary arms races give way to fluctuating selection
  82. Connelly, Caitlin: Genome-wide insights into the evolution and transcriptional consequences of regulatory variation in diverse yeast strains
  83. Muto, Nozomu: Geographic trends in introgressive hybridization between two rockfishes, Sebastes vulpes and S. zonatus (Teleostei: Scorpaeniformes: Scorpaenidae) from Japan
  84. Komiyama, Tomoyoshi: The Evolutional analysis and genetic differentiation of dopamine receptor D2, D3 and D4 genes for Japanese domesticated chickens
  85. Sato, Akiko: Genetic variation in wild capuchins and spider monkeys in Costa Rica: implications for dispersal patterns
  86. Pettersson, John: Western subtype of tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV) in central Sweden
  87. Mueller, Melanie: Measuring competitive fitness on a surface
  88. Xu, Feifei: Genome-wide analyses of recombination show that Giardia intestinalis assemblages are genetically isolated lineages
  89. Green, David: Maintenance of sex: a major rate advantage in adopting beneficial mutations at single loci in diploids overcomes the two-fold cost of sex
  90. Ishikawa, Yuki: Molecular underpinnings of the defensive polyethism in termites
  91. Yoshida, Takao: Genome sequence of an intracellular bacterial symbiont in a deep-sea Calyptogena clam- reductive genome evolution of Calyptogena clam symbionts-
  92. Takaki, Yoshihiro: Population genomics of the chemoautotrophic endsymbiont in Calyptogena clams
  93. Ueda, Minoru: Identification of the T-DNA tagged mutant for liverwort (Marchantia polymorpha L.) sigma factor 1 (MpSIG1); Insight into the subfunctionalization of sigma factor genes during land plant evolution
  94. Chavali, Vishalakshi: Reproductive isolation between Drosophila ananassae and D. pallidosa
  95. Sano, Kaori: Evolution of protein function: the mechanism of egg envelope digestion by fish hatching enzymes as a model
  96. Kawaguchi, Mari: Molecular co-evolution of protease and proteinaceous substrate: hatching enzyme and egg envelope protein as a model system
  97. Shirai, Kazumasa: Evolutionary rates in the cichlid fishes of the three great lakes in East Africa
  98. Mizuno, Fuzuki: Analysis of mitochondrial DNA diversity in native Mesoamericans
  99. Wachi, Nakatada: Incongruent divergent patterns between mitochondrial and nuclear loci in the oak gall wasps, the Andricus mukaigawae complex (Hymenoptera, Cynipidae)
  100. Nakamura, Kensuke: Sequence specific error profile of Illumina sequencers
  101. Ng, Wei Lun: Levels and patterns of DNA variation in two sympatric mangrove species, Rhizophora apiculata and R. mucronata, in Southeast Asia
  102. Sakurai, Kodama: Toward understanding importance of chemical sense in primates: a study of natural populations of color-vision polymorphic New World Monkeys
  103. Liao, Ben Yang: Why mouse embryonic heart enhancers evolve rapidly?
  104. Sun, Shim: Choi Prediction of miRNA function during mouse embryonic development
  105. Seung, Gu: Park analysis of microRNA targets for gene structure and expression in human genome
  106. Kinjo, Sonko: Evolution of length diversity in mitochondrial D-loop region among the sharks with lineage-specific repetitive sequences
  107. Hamaji, Takashi: Molecular evolutionary analysis of the mating type locus in the isogamous colonial volvocalean alga Gonium pectorale
  108. Iwase, Mineyo: Origin and evolution of primate orphan genes: variable charge X/Y
  109. Kashiwagi, Akiko: Ongoing phenotypic and genomic changes in Experimental coevolution of RNA bacteriophage Qβ and Escherichia coli
  110. Ogura, Atushi: Comparative Genomics of Cultural Domesticated Chickens
  111. Sato, Naoki: Complete clustering of all prokaryotic proteins as a basis of phylogenetic analysis over the entire prokaryotes
  112. Kawabe, Akira: Centromere preferential localization of COPIA93/20 retrotransposon in Arabidopsis and related species
  113. Suzuki, Tomoya: The complex evolutionary history of the acquisition of morphological polymorphism in the scorpionfly Panorpodes paradoxus (Insecta: Mecoptera, Panorpodidae)
  114. Ishikawa, Sohta: Intragenomic gene conversion in the evolution of bacterial peptide-chain release factors
  115. Woehle, Christian: Chromalveolates from the perspective of an Apicomplexan alga
  116. Shigeno, Shuichi: Sensory and motor Components in octopus brachial systems: connectome and molecular architecture
  117. Woody, Owen: Exploring the evolution of gene function through expression data Mining
  118. Andersen, Lars: Inferring population histories in the IM-model using site pattern analysis
  119. Blancher, Antoine: Estimate of recombination rate in macaque MHC from the Poisson distribution of recombinant haplotype frequencies
  120. Blancher, Antoine: Immune-induced evolutionary selection focused on a single reading frame in overlapping Hepatitis B virus proteins
  121. Moola, Sasha: Fast approximate Bayesian detection of diversifying selection
  122. Betran, Esther: A new perspective on sexual conflict related topics: gene duplication, sex-biased expression and the location of sexually dimorphic traits
  123. Bryant, David: How to lie (or not lie) with simulations
  124. Garud, Nandita: Inference of the demographic history of domesticated rice
  125. Stuart, Gary: A RAD-tag sampling method for deep level whole genome phylogenies
  126. Wang, Wen: Functional and phenotypic effects of newly orginated genes
  127. Cheng, Yuanyuan: The role of MHC in Tasmanian devil facial tumour disease
  128. Shimada, Makoto: Characterization of evolutionary conserved unusually short human introns
  129. Fungtammasan, Arkarachai: predicting common fragile sites in the human genome using regression analysis
  130. Katsumura, Takafumi: Allelic variations of cytochrome P450 genes in wild Medaka populations: a parallelism to human alleles
  131. Okamura, Hideyuki: The Origin of eukaryotes based on molecular evolution of the lipid synthesis
  132. Ishiwata, Keisuke: Phylogenetic relationships among insect orders based on nuclear protein-coding genes

Day 2 (July 28)

  1. Misawa, Kazuharu: A codon substitution model that incorporates the effect of the GC contents, the gene density and the density of CpG islands of human chromosomes
  2. Araki, Kiwako: Roles of epigenetic variations in the adaptive evolution of clonal plants
  3. Ashino, Ryuichi: Exploration of regulatory region for differential expression of duplicated red-sensitive opsin genes in zebrafish
  4. Kobayashi, Naoki: SINE involved in mammal facial development
  5. Iwasaki, Watal: Evolutionary model of cryptic variations in gene regulatory networks
  6. Wang, Hurng Yi: Positive selection on rapidly evolving mitochondrial gene in the pollinating wasp Wiebesia pumilae (Hymenoptera: Agaonidae) of Ficus pumila
  7. Yoshida, Takanori: Elucidation of the demographic history of a common pioneer tree, Zanthoxylum ailanthoides using multilocus sequence data
  8. Kimura, Ryosuke: How to interpret multivariate genomic analyses of populations with admixture
  9. Ishizaki, Naoya: Toward understanding evolutionary force behind color vision polymorphism in humans
  10. Aso, Masanori: Comparison of gene organization and expression of blue-sensitive (SWS2) opsins among medaka fish species
  11. Niimura, Yoshihito: Diversity of olfactory receptor gene repertoires among 38 mammals
  12. Izutsu, Minako: genome features of a Drosophila strain adapted to dark environment
  13. Beh, Leslie: An evolutionarily dynamic protein sequence encodes the conserved repressive properties of polycomb Group protein posterior sex Combs
  14. Tanabe, Akifumi: Effective bootstrapping: a new method for estimating accurate credibilities of splits on a phylogenetic tree
  15. Huerta Sanchez, Emilia: Characterizing the genetic signature of high altitude adaptation in Tibetans
  16. Lillie, Mette: Balancing Selection and genetic drift acting on the Major Histocompatibility Complex in the platypus, Ornithorhynchus anatinus
  17. Ishikawa, Asano: Endocrine mechanisms underlying the loss of reproductive polyphenism in the pea aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum
  18. Wu, Chieh Hsi: Bayesian alignment partitioning and phylogenetic model selection by transdimensional MCMC
  19. Isobe, Kotoha: Genetic mechanisms of evolutionary cold adaptation of Drosophila albomicans
  20. Ngai, Ming Yin: Microsatellite slippage conservation across primate species and their modern individuals
  21. Kanzawa, Hideaki: Genetic analysis of ancient mitochondrial DNA among Japanese Archipelago population in Tohoku Jomon
  22. Matsumae, Hiromi: Design of customized microarray in chordate Ciona intestinalis and its gene expression analysis in adult Ciona
  23. Sasaki, Eriko: A novel approach for SNP detection in next generation sequence data
  24. Wallis, Graham: Extreme positive selection on a ZP-domain glycoprotein in larval galaxiid fishes
  25. Lee, Yen Chen: Molecular systematics and diversification of the Eastern Asian Cyclophoridea (Gastropoda, Mollusca)
  26. Tamura, Miho: The evolution of the number of LRR of plant disease resistance genes
  27. Kishida, Takushi: Molecular evolution of the olfactory marker protein gene and the evolution of the loss of olfaction in cetaceans
  28. Bardsley, Lisa: Neutral evolution in Drosophila
  29. Kanako, Koyanagi: Incorporation of various episomal DNAs into AT di-nucleotide repeats in rice genomes: lessons from endogenous rice pararetrovirus
  30. Huang, Ching Huei: Recurrent revival of dimorphism of the PSMB8 gene during tetrapod evolution
  31. Hoyal Cuthill, Jennifer: Cophylogenetic evidence for codivergence between mimetic Heliconius butterflies
  32. Miyagi, Ryutaro: The diversity of opsins and nuptial coloration of sympatric species leading to species richness in Lake Victoria cichlids
  33. Hashiguchi, Yasuyuki: Nucleotide and copy Number differences of olfactory receptor (OR) genes in two inbred strains of medaka fish
  34. Shen, Yang: Testing Hypotheses on the rate of molecular evolution in relation to gene expression using microRNAs
  35. Peng, Zuogang: The Mitogenome of an eyeless cavefish Triplophysa rosa (Teleostei: Cypriniformes) and its phylogenetic position
  36. Iwasaki, Wataru: Wheel Tree: Intuitive representation of multiple phylogenetic Topologies
  37. Nelson Sathi, Shijulal: Phylogenomic networks of archaebacteria reveal frequent lateral gene transfer and eubacterial acquisitions
  38. Nishihara, Hidenori: Molecular functional analysis of the neocortex-specific Satb2 enhancer derived from SINEs: toward resolution of the evolutionary process of exaptation
  39. He, Ziwen: Inferring DNA polymorphism of pooled sample from second-generation sequencing data
  40. Horiike, Tokumasa: Development of new method for constructing ortholog dataset using large amount of gene data
  41. Zhou, Renchao: Detecting genes under positive selection in non-model organisms through transcriptome sequencing
  42. Yasukochi, Yoshiki: Selection intensity and evolutionary process on the peptide bindig region in the HLA genes
  43. Piskurek, Oliver: Tracking the ancestry of a deeply conserved eumetazoan SINE domain
  44. Suzuki, Hikoyu: A paralog of olfactory marker protein gene in teleost fish: another candidate marker for unclassified cells in olfactory rosette
  45. Ota, Tomoki: Positive Darwinian selection and demographic history illustrate the dimorphic allelic diversity of V1R1 receptor gene in Lake Tanganyika cichlids tribe Tropheini
  46. Dainat, Jacques: Gene-loss and pseudogenization in human lineage throughout the eukaryotes evolution
  47. Kawashima, Takeshi: The structures and general features of genomes viewed from the three non-model marine animals: coral, pearl oyster and acornworm
  48. Thiergart, Thorsten: Phylogenetic evidence for a single acquisition of prokaryotic genes at the origin of eukaryotes
  49. Daisuke, Saisho: Implication of quantitative variation of vernalization requirement as an adaptive trait in barley
  50. Hara, Yuichiro: Inference of the human-chimpanzee speciation time assuming the non-uniform molecular evolutionary clocks
  51. Kijima, Takayuki: On the estimation of the insertion time of LTR retrotransposable elements
  52. Gotea, Valer: Evidence of positive selection acting on novel primate specific transcripts generated from bidirectional promoters
  53. Tsuda, Masaki: Does Fluctuating environment promote the evolution of novel functions in gene regulatory networks?
  54. Seto, Yosuke: Molecular evolution of antimicrobial peptide in Drosophila virilis
  55. Lohr, Jennifer: Faster ageing in small populations? Testing the evolutionary theory of ageing in Daphnia
  56. Rytkonen, Kalle: Divergence in teleost specific HIF alpha duplicates suggests specialization towards physiological and Developmental roles
  57. Asami, Takahiro: Genetic dominance in reproductive isolation during mating in hermaphrodites
  58. He, Ding: The root of eukaryote tree based on NcMt proteins
  59. Kasagi, Satoshi: Spectral characterization of guppy Visual opsins
  60. Chang, WeiJen: Probing sexual reproduction in fish parasite Ichthyophthirius multifiliis
  61. Kloesges, Thorsten: Phylogenomic networks of proteobacterial plasmids and chromosomes reveal the role of plasmids in long distance lateral gene transfer
  62. Mitsuhata, Junya: Phylogenetic relationships among Mycobacterium based on the whole genomic information
  63. Halvarsson, Peter: Effect of relatedness on reproductive success in Siberian jays
  64. Johnson, Philip: The smallest possible population sample: diploid demography
  65. Koga, Hiroyuki: Molecular evolutions involved in the evolution of echinoderm skeleton
  66. Ono, Hiroki: Novel motif of FoxD3 to get involved in neural crest gene regulatory network
  67. Tang, Tian: Multiple horizontal transfers of Ty1/copia-like retrotransposons in mangroves
  68. Harada, Masaaki: A research on the evolution of Influenza
  69. Satomura, Kazuhiro: Molecular evolution of DNA sequences on neo-X and neo-Y chromosomes in Drosophila albomicans
  70. Komatsuzaki, Hiroshi: Molecular phylogeny of the amitochondriate lineage, Fornicata, based on multi-gene analysis
  71. Wang, Tzi Yuan: Trans vs. cis changes in yeast gene expression evolution
  72. Gazave, Elodie: Recent accumulation of deleterious mutations in human populations
  73. Kumar, Sudhir: TimeTree2: A knowledgebase of species divergence times from molecular data
  74. Kumar, Sudhir: MEGA (Molecular Evolutionary Genetics Analysis) version 5.0
  75. Mimura, Makiko: Lonely on the island? a refugium on the Yaku Island in Rubus species
  76. Angela, Love: Population genomic analysis of wild and lab strains of yeast
  77. Moorjani, Priya: Estimating a date of mixture of ancestral South Asian populations
  78. Okamoto, Kazufusa: The Caenorhabditis elegans DNA methylome
  79. Fonseca, Rute: Positive selection in Metazoans: the variety in functional targets
  80. Nakajima, Yumiko: Ancient mariner transposon targeted by other transposable elements in the genome of Bombyx mori and B. mandarina
  81. BillingRoss, Paul: Fast and slow implementations of relaxed clock methods show similar patterns of accuracy in estimating divergence times
  82. Vicoso, Beatriz: Using whole-genome sequencing to reveal the history of the dot chromosome in Drosophilids
  83. Tojo, Koji: The importance of molecular phylogeographic studies of mountainous headwater specific aquatic insects
  84. Furuta, Yoshikazu: Novel genome rearrangement mechanisms detected by H. pylori genome comparison
  85. Koyanagi, Mitsumasa: Diversity of non-visual photopigment parapinopsin and evolution of pineal color discrimination
  86. Eyun, Seong il: Species-specific expansion of GPCRs in basal eukaryotic genomes
  87. Takeuchi, Yayoi: Comparison of genetic variation and population process in two tropical tree species with different seed dispersal strategies
  88. Liang, Mason: A Hidden Markov Model for joint inference of migration parameters and migrant tracts
  89. Mansai, Sayaka: The rate and tract length of gene conversion between duplicated genes
  90. Akita, Tetsuya: Modeling a growth of microRNA-mediated regulation systems in plants
  91. Nikaido, Masato: A genetically distinct coelacanth population is discovered off the northern Tanzanian coast
  92. Kono, Mieko: Identification of genes expressed in lichen-symbiosis
  93. Fujito, Naoko: Long-term Transspecies dimorphism of the PSMB8 gene in Actinopterygii
  94. Matsumoto, Koji: Molecular evolution of the auditory system using genes related to the development of hair cells
  95. Nakanishi, Akiko: Characterization of the Fgf8 cis-regulatory element derived from a SINE and possible involvement in mammalian brain formation
  96. Liu, Jin: Diverging regulation of the gnathal appendage morphology in insects may be hidden by the conserved expression patterns of the head hox genes ? insights from Periplaneta
  97. Bannai, Hidemi: Comprehensive analysis of medaka MHC class II genes reveals the orthologous relationship between euteleostei class II genes
  98. Hase, Kazuko: Deep introgression of the invasive toad into the native its subspecies in Tokyo urban area
  99. Mallick, Swapan: Ancestral cercopithecoid and hylobatid demography
  100. Kuraku, Shigehiro: Non-conservation of developmental 'toolkit' genes
  101. Fujii, Sota: Diversifying selection of pentatricopeptide repeat genes reveal a conflict between nuclear and mitochondrial genomes throughout angiosperm evolution
  102. Bullaughey, Kevin: Reversals during adaptive evolution should be expected for gene regulatory networks
  103. Gutierrez, Humberto: Protein amino acid composition is associated with encephalization in mammals
  104. Sung, Huang Mo: Regulatory evolution of stress response genes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  105. Huang, ChaoLi: Footprint of selection at photoperiod genes in Oryza sativa
  106. Chong, Zechen: Evidence for adaptive evolution of micro-indels in the whole genome of Drosophila melanogaster
  107. Kikuchi, Kiyoshi: Evolution of the sex-determining loci in fugu and its related pufferfishes
  108. Xu, Jin: The expression evolution of tumor suppressor miR-16 in vertebrates
  109. Kergoat, Gael: Is there a common pattern underlying the evolution of internal insect feeders?
  110. Sasaki, Naobumi: Detecting the core structure evolution of genomes by the position profile method
  111. Ahn, Kung: Identification of MER transposon originated miRNAs loaded onto AGO proteins in human cells
  112. Ahn, Kung: Identification and transcripts analysis of miRNAs derived from transposable elements in human tissues
  113. Gim, Jeong: An Identification and characterization of transposable elements in thoroughbred horse
  114. Gim, Jeong: An comparative analysis of transcriptional activity of PERV LTR subtypes in NIH-miniature pig
  115. Ling, Shaoping: Evolution at the cellular level during tumor progression- selection for somatic nonsynonymous changes
  116. Riztyan, Riztyan: Genetic diversity and population structure of Asian Native chickens based on SNP markers
  117. Shin, Seung: Ho Comparison of evolutionary features between fusion genes and non-fusion
  118. Liu, Kuan Liang: Hierarchy taxonomy assignment for rRNA sequences
  119. Yamanoue, Yusuke: Genetic basis of parallel evolution of scale loss in Takifugu pufferfishes
  120. Pugach, Irina: Genetic record of Australian Aborigines based on large-scale genotyping data
  121. Desai, Michael: The structure of genealogies in the presence of purifying selection: a fitness-class coalescent
  122. Yan, Bo Shiun: Differential expression of SP110 isoforms in inflammatory macrophages
  123. Bush, Stephen: Purifying selection in Arabidopsis thaliana is associated with increased expression breadth and gene structural features but not expression level
  124. Urrutia, Araxi: Proteome expansion by alternative splicing accounts for complexity increases over 1400 million years
  125. Barribeau, Seth: Transcriptional responses of bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) queens to the trypanosome parasite Crithidia bombi
  126. Tsaur, Shun-Chern: Inferring the speciation history by massive gene trees in Drosophila simulans clade
  127. Cooley, Arielle M. : The chronology of color: Regulation of Drosophila pigmentation genes varies over developmental time and between species/li>
  128. Sato, Yukuto : Massive cDNA sequencing from deep-branching fishes as a basis forcomparative evolutionary studies of vertebrates
  129. O'Connell, Mary J. : Mammalian phylogeny: a heterogeneous modeling approach
  130. Laura Rodríguez-Botigué: Haplotype Sharing between North Africa and Europe: following the trail of human migrations
  131. Yong Woo, Gene clustering pattern, promoter architecture, and gene expression stability in eukaryotic genomes
  132. Rui Zhang, Frequent gain and loss of functional miRNA binding sites and the activities of lineage-restricted miRNA-target interactions
  133. Ryota Hayashi, Whale’s knuckle: co-evolution of whales and barnacles