A chromosome-level genome assembly of longnose gar, Lepisosteus osseus
Mallik, R., Carlson, K. B., Wcisel, D. J., Fisk, M., Yoder, J. A., & Dornburg, A. (2023, April 29). G3-GENES GENOMES GENETICS, Vol. 4.
Ancient fish lineages illuminate toll-like receptor diversification in early vertebrate evolution
Carlson, K. B., Nguyen, C., Wcisel, D. J., Yoder, J. A., & Dornburg, A. (2023, August 9). IMMUNOGENETICS, Vol. 8.
A highly diverse set of novel immunoglobulin-like transcript (NILT) genes in zebrafish indicates a wide range of functions with complex relationships to mammalian receptors
Wcisel, D. J., Dornburg, A., McConnell, S. C., Hernandez, K. M., Andrade, J., Jong, J. L. O., … Yoder, J. A. (2022, July 23). IMMUNOGENETICS, Vol. 7.
On the relationship between extant innate immune receptors and the evolutionary origins of jawed vertebrate adaptive immunity
Dornburg, A., & Yoder, J. A. (2022, January 4). IMMUNOGENETICS, Vol. 74.
Placing human gene families into their evolutionary context
[Review of ]. HUMAN GENOMICS, 16(1).
Transcriptome annotation reveals minimal immunogenetic diversity among Wyoming toads, Anaxyrus baxteri
Carlson, K. B., Wcisel, D. J., Ackerman, H. D., Romanet, J., Christiansen, E. F., Niemuth, J. N., … Yoder, J. A. (2022, April 28). CONSERVATION GENETICS, Vol. 4.
2021 journal article
Assessing temporal biases across aggregated historical spatial data: a case study of North Carolina's freshwater fishes
Comparing the dietary niche overlap and ecomorphological differences between invasive Hemidactylus mabouia geckos and a native gecko competitor
Lamb, A. D., Lippi, C. A., Watkins-Colwell, G. J., Jones, A., Warren, D. L., Iglesias, T. L., … Dornburg, A. (2021, December 20). ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION.
The bowfin genome illuminates the developmental evolution of ray-finned fishes
Thompson, A. W., Hawkins, M. B., Parey, E., Wcisel, D. J., Ota, T., Kawasaki, K., … Braasch, I. (2021, August 30). NATURE GENETICS, Vol. 8.
2019 journal article
Are Geckos Paratenic Hosts for Caribbean Island Acanthocephalans? Evidence from Gonatodes antillensis and a Global Review of Squamate Reptiles Acting as Transport Hosts
BULLETIN OF THE PEABODY MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, 60(1), 55–79.