Alexander Suh
Alexander Suh
School of Biological Sciences, University of East Anglia
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Whole-genome analyses resolve early branches in the tree of life of modern birds
ED Jarvis, S Mirarab, AJ Aberer, B Li, P Houde, C Li, SYW Ho, ...
Science 346 (6215), 1320-1331, 2014
12612014
Linked selection and recombination rate variation drive the evolution of the genomic landscape of differentiation across the speciation continuum of Ficedula flycatchers
R Burri, A Nater, T Kawakami, CF Mugal, PI Olason, L Smeds, A Suh, ...
Genome Research 25, 1656–1665, 2015
2752015
Three crocodilian genomes reveal ancestral patterns of evolution among archosaurs
RE Green, EL Braun, J Armstrong, D Earl, N Nguyen, G Hickey, ...
Science 346 (6215), 2014
2322014
Mesozoic retroposons reveal parrots as the closest living relatives of passerine birds
A Suh, M Paus, M Kiefmann, G Churakov, FA Franke, J Brosius, JO Kriegs, ...
Nature Communications 2, 443, 2011
1742011
The dynamics of incomplete lineage sorting across the ancient adaptive radiation of neoavian birds
A Suh, L Smeds, H Ellegren
PLoS Biology 13 (8), e1002224, 2015
1522015
Dynamics of genome size evolution in birds and mammals
A Kapusta, A Suh, C Feschotte
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (8), E1460-E1469, 2017
1382017
Evolution of heterogeneous genome differentiation across multiple contact zones in a crow species complex
N Vijay, CM Bossu, JW Poelstra, MH Weissensteiner, A Suh, AP Kryukov, ...
Nature Communications 7, 13195, 2016
1102016
Evolution and Diversity of Transposable Elements in Vertebrate Genomes
CG Sotero-Caio, RN Platt, A Suh, DA Ray
Genome Biology and Evolution 9 (1), 161-177, 2017
992017
The phylogenomic forest of bird trees contains a hard polytomy at the root of Neoaves
A Suh
Zoologica Scripta 45, 50-62, 2016
762016
Evolutionary analysis of the female-specific avian W chromosome
L Smeds, V Warmuth, P Bolivar, S Uebbing, R Burri, A Suh, A Nater, ...
Nature Communications 6, 7330, 2015
692015
Deciphering the origin and evolution of hepatitis B viruses by means of a family of non-enveloped fish viruses
C Lauber, S Seitz, S Mattei, A Suh, J Beck, J Herstein, J Börold, ...
Cell Host & Microbe 22 (3), 387-399, 2017
622017
Evolution of bird genomes—a transposon’s-eye view
A Kapusta, A Suh
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1389 (1), 164-185, 2017
602017
Phylogenomic analyses data of the avian phylogenomics project
ED Jarvis, S Mirarab, AJ Aberer, B Li, P Houde, C Li, SYW Ho, ...
GigaScience 4 (1), s13742-014-0038-1, 2015
602015
Combination of short-read, long-read and optical mapping assemblies reveals large-scale tandem repeat arrays with population genetic implications
MH Weissensteiner, AWC Pang, I Bunikis, I Höijer, O Vinnere-Pettersson, ...
Genome Research 27, 697–708, 2017
562017
The genome of a mesozoic paleovirus reveals the evolution of hepatitis B viruses
A Suh, J Brosius, J Schmitz, JO Kriegs
Nature Communications 4, 1791, 2013
532013
Early Mesozoic coexistence of amniotes and Hepadnaviridae
A Suh, CC Weber, C Kehlmaier, EL Braun, RE Green, U Fritz, DA Ray, ...
PLoS Genetics 10 (12), e1004559, 2014
492014
Multiple lineages of ancient CR1 retroposons shaped the early genome evolution of amniotes
A Suh, G Churakov, MP Ramakodi, RN Platt, J Jurka, KK Kojima, ...
Genome Biology and Evolution 7 (1), 205-217, 2015
482015
Retroposon insertions and the chronology of avian sex chromosome evolution
A Suh, JO Kriegs, J Brosius, J Schmitz
Molecular Biology and Evolution 28 (11), 2993-2997, 2011
482011
How complete are “complete” genome assemblies?—An avian perspective
V Peona, MH Weissensteiner, A Suh
Molecular Ecology Resources 18 (6), 1188-1195, 2018
462018
Whole‐genome patterns of linkage disequilibrium across flycatcher populations clarify the causes and consequences of fine‐scale recombination rate variation in birds
T Kawakami, CF Mugal, A Suh, A Nater, R Burri, L Smeds, H Ellegren
Molecular Ecology 26 (26), 4158–4172, 2017
462017
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