Joanna L. Kelley
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A map of human genome variation from population-scale sequencing
RM Durbin, DL Altshuler, GR Abecasis, DR Bentley, A Chakravarti, ...
Nature 467 (7319), 1061-1073, 2010
7071*2010
Great ape genetic diversity and population history
J Prado-Martinez, PH Sudmant, JM Kidd, H Li, JL Kelley, ...
Nature 499 (7459), 471-475, 2013
5982013
Classic selective sweeps were rare in recent human evolution
RD Hernandez, JL Kelley, E Elyashiv, SC Melton, A Auton, G McVean, ...
Science 331, 920-924, 2011
4102011
Finding the Genomic Basis of Local Adaptation: Pitfalls, Practical Solutions, and Future Directions
S Hoban, JL Kelley, KE Lotterhos, MF Antolin, G Bradburd, DB Lowry, ...
The American Naturalist 188 (4), 379-397, 2016
3662016
Genomic signatures of positive selection in humans and the limits of outlier approaches
JL Kelley, J Madeoy, JC Calhoun, W Swanson, JM Akey
Genome research 16 (8), 980-989, 2006
2192006
Breaking RAD: an evaluation of the utility of restriction site‐associated DNA sequencing for genome scans of adaptation
DB Lowry, S Hoban, JL Kelley, KE Lotterhos, LK Reed, MF Antolin, ...
Molecular ecology resources 17 (2), 142-152, 2017
1972017
Illumina TruSeq Synthetic Long-Reads Empower De Novo Assembly and Resolve Complex, Highly-Repetitive Transposable Elements
RC McCoy, RW Taylor, TA Blauwkamp, JL Kelley, M Kertesz, ...
PloS one 9 (9), e106689, 2014
1842014
Conservation genomics of natural and managed populations: building a conceptual and practical framework
LM Benestan, AL Ferchaud, PA Hohenlohe, BA Garner, GJP Naylor, ...
Molecular ecology 25 (13), 2967-2977, 2016
892016
Positive selection in the human genome: from genome scans to biological significance
JL Kelley, WJ Swanson
Annu. Rev. Genomics Hum. Genet. 9, 143-160, 2008
892008
Compact genome of the Antarctic midge is likely an adaptation to an extreme environment
JL Kelley, JT Peyton, AS Fiston-Lavier, NM Teets, MC Yee, JS Johnston, ...
Nature communications 5, 4611, 2014
882014
Gene expression changes governing extreme dehydration tolerance in an Antarctic insect
NM Teets, JT Peyton, H Colinet, D Renault, JL Kelley, Y Kawarasaki, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (50), 20744-20749, 2012
822012
Adaptive evolution in the SRZ chemoreceptor families of Caenorhabditis elegans and Caenorhabditis briggsae
JH Thomas, JL Kelley, HM Robertson, K Ly, WJ Swanson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of …, 2005
622005
The Time Scale of Recombination Rate Evolution in Great Apes
LS Stevison, AE Woerner, JM Kidd, JL Kelley, KR Veeramah, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 33 (4), 928-945, 2016
612016
Parallel evolution of cox genes in H2S-tolerant fish as key adaptation to a toxic environment
M Pfenninger, H Lerp, M Tobler, C Passow, JL Kelley, E Funke, ...
Nature Communications 5, 3873, 2014
582014
Extreme selective sweeps independently targeted the X chromosomes of the great apes
K Nam, K Munch, A Hobolth, JY Dutheil, KR Veeramah, AE Woerner, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (20), 6413-6418, 2015
502015
The life aquatic: advances in marine vertebrate genomics
JL Kelley, AP Brown, NO Therkildsen, AD Foote
Nature Reviews Genetics 17 (9), 523-534, 2016
482016
Inference of Gorilla demographic and selective history from whole genome sequence data
KF McManus, JL Kelley, S Song, K Veeramah, AE Woerner, LS Stevison, ...
Molecular Biology and Evolution, msu394, 2014
462014
Mechanisms underlying adaptation to life in hydrogen sulfide rich environments
JL Kelley, L Arias-Rodriguez, DP Martin, MC Yee, CD Bustamante, ...
Molecular biology and evolution, msw020, 2016
452016
Dietary change and adaptive evolution of enamelin in humans and among primates
JL Kelley, WJ Swanson
Genetics 178 (3), 1595-1603, 2008
432008
Genomic inference accurately predicts the timing and severity of a recent bottleneck in a nonmodel insect population
RC McCoy, NR Garud, JL Kelley, CL Boggs, DA Petrov
Molecular ecology 23 (1), 136-150, 2014
412014
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