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associated popular press
M. Apata and S.P. Pfeifer. 2020. Recent population genomic insights in to the genetic basis of arsenic tolerance in humans: the difficulties of identifying positively selected loci in strongly bottlenecked populations. Heredity 124:253-262.
S.P. Pfeifer. Spontaneous mutation rates. In The Molecular Evolutionary Clock. Theory and Practice. Springer Nature (in press).
R.B. Harris, K. Irwin, M.R. Jones, S. Laurent, R.D.H. Barrett, M.W. Nachman, J.M. Good, C.R. Linnen, J.D. Jensen, S.P. Pfeifer. 2020. The population genetics of crypsis in vertebrates: recent insights from mice, hares, and lizards. Heredity. 124:1-14.
R.D.H. Barrett*, S. Laurent*, R. Mallarino*, S.P. Pfeifer, C.C. Xu, M. Foll, K. Wakamatsu, J. Duke-Cohan, J.D. Jensen, and H.E. Hoekstra. 2019. Linking genetic variation to survival in wild mice. Science. 363(6426):499-504.
Evolution in vertebrates, Science Daily (January 2019)
L.A.P. Tran, S.P. Pfeifer. 2018. Germline mutation rates in Old World monkeys. eLS, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd: Chichester. doi: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0028242
S.P. Pfeifer*, S. Laurent*, V.C. Sousa*, C.R. Linnen*, M. Foll, L. Excoffier#, H.E. Hoekstra#, and J.D. Jensen#. 2018. The evolutionary history of Nebraska deer mice: local adaptation in the face of strong gene flow. MBE. 35(4):792-806.
A. Kapopoulou, S.P. Pfeifer, J.D. Jensen, S. Laurent. 2018. The demographic history of African Drosophila melanogaster. GBE. 10(9):2338-2342.
A. Sackman, S.P. Pfeifer, T.F. Kowalik, and J.D. Jensen. 2018. On the demographic and selective forces shaping patterns of human cytomegalovirus variation within hosts. Pathogens, 7(1):16.
S.P. Pfeifer. 2017. Direct estimate of the spontaneous germ line mutation rate in African green monkeys. Evolution. 71(12):2858-2870.
Human mutation rate a legacy from our past, Science (April 2018)
S.P. Pfeifer. 2017. The demographic and adaptive history of the African green monkey. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 34 (5): 1055-1065.
S.P. Pfeifer. 2017. From Next-Generation Resequencing Reads to a High Quality Variant Data Set. Heredity 118 (2):111-124.
N.G. Crawford, D.E. Kelley, M.E.B. Hansen, M.H. Beltrame, S. Fan, S.L. Bowman, E. Jewett, A. Ranciaro, S. Thompson, Y. Lo, S.P. Pfeifer, J.D. Jensen, M.C. Campbell, W. Beggs, F. Hormozdiari, S.W. Mpoloka, G.G. Mokone, T. Nyambo, D.W. Meskel, G. Belay, J. Haut, H. Rothschild, L. Zon, Y. Zhou, M.A. Kovacs, M. Xu, T. Zhang, K. Bishop, J. Sinclair, C. Rivas, E. Elliot, J. Choi, S.A. Li, B. Hicks, S. Burgess, C. Abnet, D.E. Watkins-Chow, E. Oceana, Y.S. Song, E. Eskin, K.M. Brown, M.S. Marks, S.K. Loftus, W.J. Pavan, M. Yeager, S. Chancock, S. Tishkoff. 2017. Loci associated with skin pigmentation identified in African populations. Science. 358 (6365).
New gene variants reveal the evolution of human skin color, Science (October 2017)
E.P. Kingsley*, K.M. Kozak*, S.P. Pfeifer, D. Yang, H.E. Hoekstra. 2017. The ultimate and proximate mechanisms driving the evolution of long tails in forest deer mice. Evolution. 71 (2), 261-273
C. Pokalyuk, N. Renzette, S.P. Pfeifer, L. Gibson, W.J. Britt, Y. Aparecida, Y. Yamamoto, M.M. Mussi-Pinhata, T.F. Kowalik#, and J.D. Jensen#. 2017. Characterizing human cytomegalovirus reinfection in congenitally infected infants: an evolutionary perspective. Molecular Ecology. 26 (7), 1980-1990.
N. Renzette, S.P. Pfeifer, S. Matuszewski, T.F. Kowalik, and J.D. Jensen. 2017. On the analysis of intra-host and inter-host viral populations: human cytomegalovirus as a case study of pitfalls and expectations. Journal of Virology. 91 (5), e01976-16.
E. Dexter, J. Goudet, S. Bollens, J. Cordell, H.J. Soh, G. Rollwagen-Bollens, S.P. Pfeifer, S. Vuilleumier. 2017. A genetic reconstruction of the invasion of the calanoid copepod Pseudodiaptomus inopinus across the North American Pacific Coast. Biological Invasions, 20 (6): 1577-1595.
S.P. Pfeifer, J.D. Jensen. 2016. The Impact of Linked Selection in Chimpanzees: A Comparative Study. Genome Biology and Evolution 8 (10), 3202-3208.
S. Laurent*, S.P. Pfeifer*, M.L. Settles, S.S. Hunter, K.M. Hardwick, L. Ormond, V.C. Sousa, J.D. Jensen#, E.B. Rosenblum#. 2016. The population genomics of rapid adaptation: disentangling signatures of selection and demography in white sands lizards. Molecular Ecology 25 (1), 306-323.
L. Ormond, M. Foll, G.B. Ewing, S.P. Pfeifer, J.D. Jensen. 2016. Inferring the age of a fixed beneficial allele. Molecular Ecology 25 (1), 157-169.
E. Giannoulatou, G. McVean, I.B. Taylor, S.J. McGowan, G.J. Maher, Z. Iqbal, S.P. Pfeifer, I. Turner, E.M.M. Burkitt Wright, J. Shorto, A. Itani, K. Turner, L. Gregory, D. Buck, E. Rajpert-De Meyts, L.H.J. Looijenga, B. Kerr, A.O.M. Wilkie, A. Goriely. 2013. Contributions of intrinsic mutation rate and selfish selection to levels of de novo HRAS mutations in the paternal germline. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (50), 20152-20157.
E.M. Leffler*, Z. Gao*, S.P. Pfeifer*, L. Ségurel*, A. Auton, O. Venn, R. Bowden, R. Bontrop, J.D. Wall, G. Sella, P. Donnelly, G. McVean#, M. Przeworski#. 2013. Multiple instances of ancient balancing selection shared between humans and chimpanzees. Science 339 (6127), 1578-1582.
Humans and chimps share genetic strategy in battle against pathogens, Science Daily (February 2013)
A. Auton*, A. Fledel-Alon*, S.P. Pfeifer*, O. Venn*, L. Ségurel, T. Street, E.M. Leffler, R. Bowden, I. Aneas, J. Broxholme, P. Humburg, Z. Iqbal, G. Lunter, J. Maller, R.D. Hernandez, C. Melton, A. Venkat, M.A. Nobrega, R. Bontrop, S. Myers, P. Donnelly, M. Przeworski#, G. McVean#. 2012. A fine-scale chimpanzee genetic map from population sequencing. Science 336 (6078), 193-198.
Scientists map hotspots for genetic exchange in chimpanzees, Science Daily (March 2012)
A. Goriely, R.M.S. Hansen, I.B. Taylor, I.A. Olesen, G.K. Jacobsen, S.J. McGowan, S.P. Pfeifer, G.A.T. McVean, E. Rajpert-De Meyts, A.O.M. Wilkie. 2009. Activating mutations in FGFR3 and HRAS reveal a shared genetic origin for congenital disorders and testicular tumors. Nature Genetics 41 (11), 1247-1252.