Mathias Currat
Mathias Currat
Anthropology Unit, Department of Genetics and Evolution, University of Geneva
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The hidden side of invasions: massive introgression by local genes
M Currat, M Ruedi, RJ Petit, L Excoffier
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 62 (8), 1908-1920, 2008
6922008
Intra-deme molecular diversity in spatially expanding populations
N Ray, M Currat, L Excoffier
Molecular Biology and Evolution 20 (1), 76-86, 2003
6012003
The fate of mutations surfing on the wave of a range expansion
S Klopfstein, M Currat, L Excoffier
Molecular biology and evolution 23 (3), 482-490, 2006
5682006
Evolution of lactase persistence: an example of human niche construction
P Gerbault, A Liebert, Y Itan, A Powell, M Currat, J Burger, DM Swallow, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
3402011
Modern humans did not admix with Neanderthals during their range expansion into Europe
M Currat, L Excoffier
Plos biol 2 (12), e421, 2004
3102004
Early farmers from across Europe directly descended from Neolithic Aegeans
Z Hofmanová, S Kreutzer, G Hellenthal, C Sell, Y Diekmann, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (25), 6886-6891, 2016
2932016
Upper Palaeolithic genomes reveal deep roots of modern Eurasians
ER Jones, G Gonzalez-Fortes, S Connell, V Siska, A Eriksson, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-8, 2015
2622015
The effect of the Neolithic expansion on European molecular diversity
M Currat, L Excoffier
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1564), 679-688, 2005
2032005
Consequences of range contractions and range shifts on molecular diversity
M Arenas, N Ray, M Currat, L Excoffier
Molecular biology and evolution 29 (1), 207-218, 2012
1762012
Comment on" Ongoing adaptive evolution of ASPM, a brain size determinant in Homo sapiens" and" Microcephalin, a gene regulating brain size, continues to evolve adaptively in …
M Currat, L Excoffier, W Maddison, SP Otto, N Ray, MC Whitlock, ...
Science 313 (5784), 172-172, 2006
1722006
Early Neolithic genomes from the eastern Fertile Crescent
F Broushaki, MG Thomas, V Link, S López, L van Dorp, K Kirsanow, ...
Science 353 (6298), 499-503, 2016
1642016
Strong reproductive isolation between humans and Neanderthals inferred from observed patterns of introgression
M Currat, L Excoffier
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (37), 15129-15134, 2011
1522011
The genetic history of Europeans
R Pinhasi, MG Thomas, M Hofreiter, M Currat, J Burger
Trends in Genetics 28 (10), 496-505, 2012
1472012
splatche: a program to simulate genetic diversity taking into account environmental heterogeneity
M Currat, N Ray, L Excoffier
Molecular Ecology Notes 4 (1), 139-142, 2004
1472004
Bayesian estimation of recent migration rates after a spatial expansion
G Hamilton, M Currat, N Ray, G Heckel, M Beaumont, L Excoffier
Genetics 170 (1), 409-417, 2005
1392005
SPLATCHE2: a spatially explicit simulation framework for complex demography, genetic admixture and recombination
N Ray, M Currat, M Foll, L Excoffier
Bioinformatics 26 (23), 2993-2994, 2010
1272010
Molecular analysis of the β-globin gene cluster in the Niokholo Mandenka population reveals a recent origin of the βS Senegal mutation
M Currat, G Trabuchet, D Rees, P Perrin, RM Harding, JB Clegg, ...
The American Journal of Human Genetics 70 (1), 207-223, 2002
1272002
Impact of selection and demography on the diffusion of lactase persistence
P Gerbault, C Moret, M Currat, A Sanchez-Mazas
PLoS One 4 (7), e6369, 2009
1222009
Principal component analysis under population genetic models of range expansion and admixture
O François, M Currat, N Ray, E Han, L Excoffier, J Novembre
Molecular biology and evolution 27 (6), 1257-1268, 2010
1202010
Recovering the geographic origin of early modern humans by realistic and spatially explicit simulations
N Ray, M Currat, P Berthier, L Excoffier
Genome Research 15 (8), 1161-1167, 2005
1172005
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