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Vincent J. Lynch
Vincent J. Lynch
Department of Biological Sciences | University at Buffalo
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Measurement of mRNA abundance using RNA-seq data: RPKM measure is inconsistent among samples
GP Wagner, K Kin, VJ Lynch
Theory in biosciences 131, 281-285, 2012
19302012
Transposable elements are major contributors to the origin, diversification, and regulation of vertebrate long noncoding RNAs
A Kapusta, Z Kronenberg, VJ Lynch, X Zhuo, LA Ramsay, G Bourque, ...
PLoS genetics 9 (4), e1003470, 2013
7092013
Transposon-mediated rewiring of gene regulatory networks contributed to the evolution of pregnancy in mammals
VJ Lynch, RD Leclerc, G May, GP Wagner
Nature genetics 43 (11), 1154-1159, 2011
4592011
TP53 copy number expansion is associated with the evolution of increased body size and an enhanced DNA damage response in elephants
M Sulak, L Fong, K Mika, S Chigurupati, L Yon, NP Mongan, RD Emes, ...
elife 5, e11994, 2016
2962016
Evolutionary novelties
GP Wagner, VJ Lynch
Current Biology 20 (2), R48-R52, 2010
2842010
Ancient transposable elements transformed the uterine regulatory landscape and transcriptome during the evolution of mammalian pregnancy
VJ Lynch, MC Nnamani, A Kapusta, K Brayer, SL Plaza, EC Mazur, ...
Cell reports 10 (4), 551-561, 2015
2592015
Inventing an arsenal: adaptive evolution and neofunctionalization of snake venom phospholipase A2 genes
VJ Lynch
BMC evolutionary biology 7, 1-14, 2007
2522007
Transposable elements are the primary source of novelty in primate gene regulation
M Trizzino, YS Park, M Holsbach-Beltrame, K Aracena, K Mika, ...
Genome research 27 (10), 1623-1633, 2017
2362017
Resurrecting the role of transcription factor change in developmental evolution
VJ Lynch, GP Wagner
Evolution 62 (9), 2131-2154, 2008
2312008
The “fish-specific” Hox cluster duplication is coincident with the origin of teleosts
KD Crow, PF Stadler, VJ Lynch, C Amemiya, GP Wagner
Molecular Biology and Evolution 23 (1), 121-136, 2006
2152006
A model based criterion for gene expression calls using RNA-seq data
GP Wagner, K Kin, VJ Lynch
Theory in Biosciences 132, 159-164, 2013
1862013
The gene regulatory logic of transcription factor evolution
GP Wagner, VJ Lynch
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 23 (7), 377-385, 2008
1862008
Elephantid genomes reveal the molecular bases of woolly mammoth adaptations to the Arctic
VJ Lynch, OC Bedoya-Reina, A Ratan, M Sulak, DI Drautz-Moses, ...
Cell reports 12 (2), 217-228, 2015
1542015
Human leukocyte antigen F presents peptides and regulates immunity through interactions with NK cell receptors
CL Dulberger, CP McMurtrey, A Hölzemer, KE Neu, V Liu, AM Steinbach, ...
Immunity 46 (6), 1018-1029. e7, 2017
1252017
Convergent evolution of endometrial prolactin expression in primates, mice, and elephants through the independent recruitment of transposable elements
D Emera, C Casola, VJ Lynch, DE Wildman, D Agnew, GP Wagner
Molecular biology and evolution 29 (1), 239-247, 2012
1222012
Regulatory evolution through divergence of a phosphoswitch in the transcription factor CEBPB
VJ Lynch, G May, GP Wagner
Nature 480 (7377), 383-386, 2011
1222011
Adaptive changes in the transcription factor HoxA-11 are essential for the evolution of pregnancy in mammals
VJ Lynch, A Tanzer, Y Wang, FC Leung, B Gellersen, D Emera, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (39), 14928-14933, 2008
1202008
HoxA-11 and FOXO1A cooperate to regulate decidual prolactin expression: towards inferring the core transcriptional regulators of decidual genes
VJ Lynch, K Brayer, B Gellersen, GP Wagner
PloS one 4 (9), e6845, 2009
1152009
A zombie LIF gene in elephants is upregulated by TP53 to induce apoptosis in response to DNA damage
JM Vazquez, M Sulak, S Chigurupati, VJ Lynch
Cell reports 24 (7), 1765-1776, 2018
1122018
DID EGG-LAYING BOAS BREAK DOLLO'S LAW? PHYLOGENETIC EVIDENCE FOR REVERSAL TO OVIPARITY IN SAND BOAS (ERYX: BOIDAE)
VJ Lynch, GP Wagner
Evolution 64 (1), 207-216, 2010
972010
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