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Tom Hill
Tom Hill
Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Kansas
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ku.edu
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The recent invasion of natural Drosophila simulans populations by the P-element
R Kofler, T Hill, V Nolte, AJ Betancourt, C Schlötterer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (21), 6659-6663, 2015
832015
Hybrid Dysgenesis in Drosophila simulans Associated with a Rapid Invasion of the P-Element
T Hill, C Schlötterer, AJ Betancourt
PLoS genetics 12 (3), e1005920, 2016
582016
The phage gene wmk is a candidate for male killing by a bacterial endosymbiont
JI Perlmutter, SR Bordenstein, RL Unckless, DP LePage, JA Metcalf, T Hill, ...
PLoS pathogens 15 (9), e1007936, 2019
302019
The Genome of Drosophila innubila Reveals Lineage-Specific Patterns of Selection in Immune Genes
T Hill, BS Koseva, RL Unckless
Molecular Biology and Evolution 36 (7), 1405-1417, 2019
252019
Balancing Selection Drives the Maintenance of Genetic Variation in Drosophila Antimicrobial Peptides
JR Chapman, T Hill, RL Unckless
Genome biology and evolution 11 (9), 2691-2701, 2019
242019
Extensive exchange of transposable elements in the Drosophila pseudoobscura group
T Hill, AJ Betancourt
Mobile DNA 9 (1), 1-14, 2018
232018
The dynamic evolution of Drosophila innubila Nudivirus
T Hill, RL Unckless
Infection, Genetics and Evolution 57, 151-157, 2018
212018
Baculovirus molecular evolution via gene turnover and recurrent positive selection of key genes
T Hill, RL Unckless
Journal of virology 91 (22), e01319-17, 2017
202017
A deep learning approach for detecting copy number variation in next-generation sequencing data
T Hill, RL Unckless
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 9 (11), 3575-3582, 2019
142019
Recurrent evolution of high virulence in isolated populations of a DNA virus
T Hill, RL Unckless
Elife 9, e58931, 2020
9*2020
Adaptation, ancestral variation and gene flow in a ‘Sky Island’ Drosophila species
T Hill, RL Unckless
Molecular ecology 30 (1), 83-99, 2021
4*2021
Transposable element dynamics are consistent across the Drosophila phylogeny, despite drastically differing content
T Hill
bioRxiv, 651059, 2019
42019
Rapid divergence of the male reproductive proteins in the Drosophila dunni group and implications for postmating incompatibilities between species
T Hill, HL Rosales-Stephens, RL Unckless
G3 11 (4), jkab050, 2021
3*2021
Positive Selection and Horizontal Gene Transfer in the Genome of a Male-Killing Wolbachia
T Hill, RL Unckless, JI Perlmutter
Molecular biology and evolution 39 (1), msab303, 2022
2022
Ecological correlates of gene family size in a pine-feeding sawfly genome and across Hymenoptera
KL Vertacnik, DK Herrig, RK Godfrey, T Hill, SM Geib, RL Unckless, ...
bioRxiv, 2021
2021
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