Subject: Molecular Biology and Evolution Table of Contents for May 2017 Oxford Academic
 
 
 
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Molecular Biology and Evolution  
Volume 34 Issue 5
 
May 2017
 
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Discoveries
 
 
 
Mutation Supply and Relative Fitness Shape the Genotypes of Ciprofloxacin-Resistant Escherichia coli border= 
 
Douglas L. Huseby; Franziska Pietsch; Gerrit Brandis; Linnéa Garoff ; Angelica Tegehall ...
 
 
Enzyme Efficiency but Not Thermostability Drives Cefotaxime Resistance Evolution in TEM-1 beta -Lactamase border= 
 
Jennifer L. Knies; Fei Cai; Daniel M. Weinreich
 
 
The Demographic and Adaptive History of the African Green Monkey 
 
Susanne P. Pfeifer
 
 
The Goddard and Saturn Genes Are Essential for Drosophila Male Fertility and May Have Arisen De Novo 
 
Anna M. Gubala; Jonathan F. Schmitz; Michael J. Kearns; Tery T. Vinh; Erich Bornberg-Bauer ...
 
 
Origin and Evolution of the Sponge Aggregation Factor Gene Family border= 
 
Laura F. Grice ; Marie E.A. Gauthier; Kathrein E. Roper; Xavier FernĂ ndez-Busquets; Sandie M. Degnan ...
 
 
 
 
Evolution of Local Mutation Rate and Its Determinants border= 
 
Nadezhda V. Terekhanova; Vladimir B. Seplyarskiy; Ruslan A. Soldatov ; Georgii A. Bazykin
 
 
Both Maintenance and Avoidance of RNA-Binding Protein Interactions Constrain Coding Sequence Evolution border= 
 
Rosina Savisaar; Laurence D. Hurst
 
 
Transposable Element-Mediated Balancing Selection at Hsp90 Underlies Embryo Developmental Variation 
 
Bing Chen; Bo Zhang; Lingling Xu; Qing Li; Feng Jiang ...
 
 
Purifying and Positive Selection Influence Patterns of Gene Loss and Gene Expression in the Evolution of a Plant Sex Chromosome System 
 
Daisy Crowson; Spencer C.H. Barrett ; Stephen I. Wright
 
 
Changes in Lipidome Composition during Brain Development in Humans, Chimpanzees, and Macaque Monkeys border= 
 
Qian Li; Katarzyna Bozek; Chuan Xu; Yanan Guo; Jing Sun ...
 
 
 
 
Efficient Inference of Recent and Ancestral Recombination within Bacterial Populations border= 
 
Rafal Mostowy; Nicholas J. Croucher ; Cheryl P. Andam; Jukka Corander; William P. Hanage ...
 
 
How Long Does Wolbachia Remain on Board? 
 
Marc Bailly-Bechet; Patricia Martins-Simões; Gergely J. SzöllĹ'si; Gladys Mialdea ; Marie-France Sagot ...
 
 
Population Genomics of Paramecium Species 
 
Parul Johri ; Sascha Krenek; Georgi K. Marinov; Thomas G. Doak; Thomas U. Berendonk ...
 
 
Differential Gene Expression in the Human Brain Is Associated with Conserved, but Not Accelerated, Noncoding Sequences border= 
 
Kyle A. Meyer; Tomas Marques-Bonet; Nenad Sestan
 
 
Mitogenome Diversity in Sardinians: A Genetic Window onto an Island's Past border= 
 
Anna Olivieri; Carlo Sidore; Alessandro Achilli; Andrea Angius; Cosimo Posth ...
 
 
Stability-Mediated Epistasis Restricts Accessible Mutational Pathways in the Functional Evolution of Avian Hemoglobin border= 
 
Amit Kumar ; Chandrasekhar Natarajan; Hideaki Moriyama; Christopher C. Witt; Roy E. Weber ...
 
 
Frozen in Time: The History of Proteins border= 
 
Nicholas A. Kovacs; Anton S. Petrov ; Kathryn A. Lanier; Loren Dean Williams
 
 
Pollutants and Insecticides Drive Local Adaptation in African Malaria Mosquitoes border= 
 
Colince Kamdem; Caroline Fouet; Stephanie Gamez; Bradley J. White
 
 
Methods
 
 
 
Phylodynamic Inference across Epidemic Scales border= 
 
Erik M. Volz; Ethan Romero-Severson ; Thomas Leitner
 
 
News
 
 
 
Exploring the Brain/Fat Connection to Identify Key Differences amongst Humans and Monkeys 
 
Joseph Caspermeyer
 
 
Looking at Sardinian DNA for Genetic Clues to an Island's'and Europe's'Past 
 
Joseph Caspermeyer
 
 
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