M. Maureen Liu
M. Maureen Liu
Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge
Verified email at cam.ac.uk
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Spread of an inactive form of caspase-12 in humans is due to recent positive selection
Y Xue, A Daly, B Yngvadottir, M Liu, G Coop, Y Kim, P Sabeti, Y Chen, ...
The American Journal of Human Genetics 78 (4), 659-670, 2006
Fast-evolving noncoding sequences in the human genome
CP Bird, BE Stranger, M Liu, DJ Thomas, CE Ingle, C Beazley, W Miller, ...
Genome biology 8 (6), 1-12, 2007
Formin is associated with left-right asymmetry in the pond snail and the frog
A Davison, GS McDowell, JM Holden, HF Johnson, GD Koutsovoulos, ...
Current Biology 26 (5), 654-660, 2016
RAD‐Seq derived markers flank the shell colour and banding loci of the Cepaea nemoralis supergene
PM Richards, MM Liu, N Lowe, JW Davey, ML Blaxter, A Davison
Molecular ecology 22 (11), 3077-3089, 2013
Fine mapping of the pond snail left-right asymmetry (chirality) locus using RAD-Seq and fibre-FISH
MM Liu, JW Davey, R Banerjee, J Han, F Yang, A Aboobaker, ML Blaxter, ...
PloS one 8 (8), e71067, 2013
Genetics and evidence for balancing selection of a sex-linked colour polymorphism in a songbird
KW Kim, BC Jackson, H Zhang, DPL Toews, SA Taylor, EI Greig, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-11, 2019
A conserved set of maternal genes? Insights from a molluscan transcriptome
MM Liu, JW Davey, DJ Jackson, ML Blaxter, A Davison
The International journal of developmental biology 58 (6-8), 501, 2014
Black or red: A sex-linked colour polymorphism in a songbird is maintained by balancing selection
KW Kim, BC Jackson, H Zhang, DPL Toews, SA Taylor, EI Greig, ...
bioRxiv, 437111, 2018
Formin Is Associated with Left-Right Asymmetry in the Pond Snail and the Frog
S Chiba, JM Holden, JW Davey, HF Johnson, A Davison, ML Blaxter, ...
Current Biology 26 (5), 2016
Fine Mapping of the Pond Snail Left-Right Asymmetry (Chirality) Locus Using RAD-Seq and
MM Liu, JW Davey, R Banerjee, J Han, F Yang
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