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2020 Sensitivity of the polyDetect computational pipeline for phylogenetic analyses. ---
2019 Amplification Dynamics of Platy-1 Retrotransposons in the Cebidae Platyrrhine Lineage. ---
2019 Early Arrival and Climatically-Linked Geographic Expansion of New World Monkeys from Tiny African Ancestors. ---
2018 Contrasting patterns of RUNX2 repeat variations are associated with palate shape in phyllostomid bats and New World primates. ---
2018 Evolution of Melanoma Antigen-A11 (MAGEA11) During Primate Phylogeny. MAGE-A11, MAGEA11, NLS, OWM
2018 Recently integrated Alu insertions in the squirrel monkey (Saimiri) lineage and application for population analyses. ---
2017 Ancestral resurrection of anthropoid estrogen receptor beta demonstrates functional consequences of positive selection. Mya
2016 Neuropeptide diversity and the regulation of social behavior in New World primates. OT
2016 Structure and evolution of the gorilla and orangutan growth hormone loci. GH, OWMs
10  2015 Coevolution of insulin-like growth factors, insulin and their receptors and binding proteins in New World Monkeys. IGF-1R, IGF1, IGFBPs, IR, IRRR
11  2015 Genetic diversity in oxytocin ligands and receptors in New World monkeys. OXT, OXTR
12  2014 Molecular variation in AVP and AVPR1a in New World monkeys (Primates, Platyrrhini): evolution and implications for social monogamy. aa, AVP
13  2014 New World simian foamy virus infections in vivo and in vitro. FV, NHP, SFV
14  2011 A novel two-promoter-one-gene system of the chorionic gonadotropin beta gene enables tissue-specific expression. CG
15  2010 Size as a line of least resistance II: direct selection on size or correlated response due to constraints? PC
16  2010 Species-specific inhibition of foamy viruses from South American monkeys by New World Monkey TRIM5{alpha} proteins. SFVs
17  2009 Evolution of olfactory receptor genes in primates dominated by birth-and-death process. OR, OWM
18  2009 New insulin-like growth factor (IGF)-precursor sequences from mammalian genomes: the molecular evolution of IGFs and associated peptides in primates. IGF
19  2007 When size makes a difference: allometry, life-history and morphological evolution of capuchins (Cebus) and squirrels (Saimiri) monkeys (Cebinae, Platyrrhini). ---
20  2006 Evolution of growth hormone in primates: the GH gene clusters of the New World monkeys marmoset (Callithrix jacchus) and white-fronted capuchin (Cebus albifrons). nt
21  2006 Growth hormone locus expands and diverges after the separation of New and Old World Monkeys. CSH, GH, OWM
22  2005 CCR5 chemokine receptor gene evolution in New World monkeys (Platyrrhini, Primates): implication on resistance to lentiviruses. CCR5
23  2005 Independent origin of the growth hormone gene family in New World monkeys and Old World monkeys/hominoids. GH, OWM
24  2005 Molecular evolution of growth hormone gene family in old world monkeys and hominoids. OWM
25  2005 Size as a line of least evolutionary resistance: diet and adaptive morphological radiation in New World monkeys. diet, LLER
26  2004 Different rates of LINE-1 (L1) retrotransposon amplification and evolution in New World monkeys. ---
27  2002 Slow molecular clocks in Old World monkeys, apes, and humans. OWMs
28  2001 Independent origin of functional MHC class II genes in humans and New World monkeys. MHC, OWM
29  2000 Trypanosoma cruzi infection of squirrel monkeys: comparison of blood smear examination, commercial enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, and polymerase chain reaction analysis as screening tests for evaluation of monkey-related injuries. PCR
30  1997 Evolution of the primate lineage leading to modern humans: phylogenetic and demographic inferences from DNA sequences. Myr, OWM