John Mulley
John Mulley
Senior Lecturer, School of Natural Sciences, Bangor University
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The spotted gar genome illuminates vertebrate evolution and facilitates human-teleost comparisons
I Braasch, AR Gehrke, JJ Smith, K Kawasaki, T Manousaki, J Pasquier, ...
Nature genetics 48 (4), 427, 2016
3592016
Restriction and recruitment-gene duplication and the origin and evolution of snake venom toxins
AD Hargreaves, MT Swain, MJ Hegarty, DW Logan, JF Mulley
Genome Biology and Evolution 6 (8), 2088-2095, 2014
1062014
Breakup of a homeobox cluster after genome duplication in teleosts
JF Mulley, C Chiu, PWH Holland
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (27), 10369-10372, 2006
802006
Testing the Toxicofera: Comparative transcriptomics casts doubt on the single, early evolution of the reptile venom system
AD Hargreaves, MT Swain, DW Logan, JF Mulley
Toxicon 92, 140-156, 2014
542014
Comparative genomics: small genome, big insights
J Mulley, P Holland
Nature 431 (7011), 916-917, 2004
452004
When one phenotype is not enough: divergent evolutionary trajectories govern venom variation in a widespread rattlesnake species
G Zancolli, JJ Calvete, MD Cardwell, HW Greene, WK Hayes, MJ Hegarty, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1898), 20182735, 2019
392019
Assessing the utility of the Oxford Nanopore MinION for snake venom gland cDNA sequencing
AD Hargreaves, JF Mulley
PeerJ 3, e1441, 2015
37*2015
Transcriptomic analysis of the lesser spotted catshark (Scyliorhinus canicula) pancreas, liver and brain reveals molecular level conservation of vertebrate pancreas function
JF Mulley, AD Hargreaves, MJ Hegarty, RS Heller, MT Swain
BMC Genomics 15, 1074, 2014
252014
Genome sequence of a diabetes-prone rodent reveals a mutation hotspot around the ParaHox gene cluster
AD Hargreaves, L Zhou, J Christensen, F Marlétaz, S Liu, F Li, PG Jansen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (29), 7677-7682, 2017
212017
Inbred or Outbred? Genetic diversity in laboratory rodent colonies
TD Brekke, KA Steele, JF Mulley
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 8 (2), 679-686, 2018
172018
Parallel retention of Pdx2 genes in cartilaginous fish and coelacanths
JF Mulley, PWH Holland
Molecular biology and evolution 27 (10), 2386-2391, 2010
172010
Trinucleotide microsatellite loci for the peppered moth (Biston betularia)
D Daly, K Waltham, J Mulley, PC Watts, A Rosin, SJ Kemp, IJ Saccheri
Molecular Ecology Notes 4 (2), 179-181, 2004
112004
Comparative genomics of chondrichthyan Hoxa clusters
JF Mulley, YF Zhong, PWH Holland
BMC evolutionary biology 9 (1), 218, 2009
102009
ParaHox cluster evolution—hagfish and beyond
RF Furlong, JF Mulley
Zoological science 25 (10), 955-960, 2008
62008
Greater Loss of Female Embryos During Human Pregnancy: A Novel Mechanism
J Mulley
BioEssays 41, 1900063, 2019
32019
A high-density genetic map and molecular sex-typing assay for gerbils
MJF Brekke, TD., Supriya, S., Denver, MG., Thom, A.
Mammalian Genome 30 (3-4), 63-70, 2019
32019
A Critique of the Toxicoferan Hypothesis
AD Hargreaves, A Tucker, JF Mulley
Evolution of Venomous Animals and Their Toxins, 1-15, 2015
32015
Developmental biology teaching - the importance of a practical approach
JF Mulley
F1000Research 4, 126, 2015
32015
A plea for standardized nomenclature of snake venom toxins.
AD Hargreaves, JF Mulley
Toxicon: official journal of the International Society on Toxinology 90, 351-353, 2014
32014
Genomic Organisation of the Seven ParaHox Genes of Coelacanths
JF MULLEY, PWH HOLLAND
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental …, 2014
22014
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