Johanna von Seth
Johanna von Seth
PhD student, Stockholm University and Swedish Museum of Natural History
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Synchronous genetic turnovers across Western Eurasia in Late Pleistocene collared lemmings
E Palkopoulou, M Baca, NI Abramson, M Sablin, P Socha, ...
Global Change Biology 22 (5), 1710-1721, 2016
462016
Genome-based sexing provides clues about behavior and social structure in the woolly mammoth
P Pečnerová, D Díez-del-Molino, N Dussex, T Feuerborn, J von Seth, ...
Current Biology 27 (22), 3505-3510. e3, 2017
452017
Full mitogenomes in the critically endangered kākāpō reveal major post-glacial and anthropogenic effects on neutral genetic diversity
N Dussex, J Von Seth, BC Robertson, L Dalén
Genes 9 (4), 220, 2018
142018
Nonreceding hare lines: genetic continuity since the Late Pleistocene in European mountain hares (Lepus timidus)
S Smith, E Sandoval-Castellanos, VK Lagerholm, H Napierala, M Sablin, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 120 (4), 891-908, 2017
122017
Complete genomes of two extinct New Zealand passerines show responses to climate fluctuations but no evidence for genomic erosion prior to extinction
N Dussex, J von Seth, M Knapp, O Kardailsky, BC Robertson, L Dalén
Biology letters 15 (9), 20190491, 2019
72019
Genomic insights into the conservation status of the world’s last remaining Sumatran rhinoceros populations
J Von Seth, N Dussex, D Díez-del-Molino, T Van Der Valk, VE Kutschera, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 1-11, 2021
42021
Genomics of extinction
J von Seth, J Niemann, L Dalén
Paleogenomics, 393-418, 2018
42018
Competitive mapping allows for the identification and exclusion of human DNA contamination in ancient faunal genomic datasets
TR Feuerborn, E Palkopoulou, T van der Valk, J von Seth, AR Munters, ...
BMC genomics 21 (1), 1-10, 2020
32020
Population genomics reveals lack of greater white-fronted introgression into the Swedish lesser white-fronted goose
D Díez-del-Molino, J von Seth, N Gyllenstrand, F Widemo, N Liljebäck, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-10, 2020
32020
Genomic and fitness consequences of inbreeding in an endangered carnivore
M Hasselgren, N Dussex, J von Seth, A Angerbjörn, RA Olsen, L Dalén, ...
Molecular Ecology 30 (12), 2790-2799, 2021
22021
Consequences of past climate change and recent human persecution on mitogenomic diversity in the arctic fox
P Larsson, J von Seth, IJ Hagen, A Götherström, S Androsov, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1788), 20190212, 2019
22019
Ancient and modern genomes unravel the evolutionary history of the rhinoceros family
S Liu, MV Westbury, N Dussex, KJ Mitchell, MHS Sinding, PD Heintzman, ...
Cell 184 (19), 4874-4885. e16, 2021
12021
Population genomics of the critically endangered kākāpō
N Dussex, T Van Der Valk, HE Morales, CW Wheat, D Díez-del-Molino, ...
Cell Genomics, 100002, 2021
12021
Competitive mapping allows to identify and exclude human DNA contamination in ancient faunal genomic datasets
TR Feuerborn, E Palkopoulou, T van der Valk, J von Seth, AR Munters, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
12020
Population genomics of the critically endangered kakapo
J von Seth, Y Foster, VE Kutschera, K Guschanski, A Rhie, AM Phillippy, ...
Cell 1, 100002, 2021
2021
Integrating multi-taxon palaeogenomes and sedimentary ancient DNA to study past ecosystem dynamics
N Dussex, N Bergfeldt, V de Anca Prado, M Dehasque, D Díez-del-Molino, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1957), 20211252, 2021
2021
African and Asian leopards are highly differentiated at the genomic level
JLA Paijmans, A Barlow, MS Becker, JA Cahill, J Fickel, DWG Förster, ...
Current Biology 31 (9), 1872-1882. e5, 2021
2021
Genomic consequences of inbreeding and outbreeding in an endangered carnivore
M Hasselgren, N Dussex, J von Seth, A Angerbjörn, L Dalén, K Norén
2020
The Last Survivors-Genomics of the Critically Endangered Sumatran Rhinoceros
JEN von Seth
Plant and Animal Genome XXVI Conference (January 13-17, 2018), 2018
2018
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