Philipp H. Schiffer
Philipp H. Schiffer
Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, University College London
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TitleCited byYear
959 Nematode Genomes: a semantic wiki for coordinating sequencing projects
S Kumar, PH Schiffer, M Blaxter
Nucleic acids research 40 (D1), D1295-D1300, 2011
492011
Structure and evolutionary history of a large family of NLR proteins in the zebrafish
K Howe, PH Schiffer, J Zielinski, T Wiehe, GK Laird, JC Marioni, ...
Open biology 6 (4), 160009, 2016
342016
The genome of Romanomermis culicivorax: revealing fundamental changes in the core developmental genetic toolkit in Nematoda
PH Schiffer, M Kroiher, C Kraus, GD Koutsovoulos, S Kumar, JIR Camps, ...
BMC genomics 14 (1), 923, 2013
282013
The mitochondrial genomes of the acoelomorph worms Paratomella rubra, Isodiametra pulchra and Archaphanostoma ylvae
HE Robertson, F Lapraz, B Egger, MJ Telford, PH Schiffer
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1847, 2017
112017
Evolutionary analysis indicates that DNA alkylation damage is a byproduct of cytosine DNA methyltransferase activity
S Rošić, R Amouroux, CE Requena, A Gomes, M Emperle, T Beltran, ...
Nature genetics 50 (3), 452, 2018
92018
Genome analysis of Diploscapter coronatus: insights into molecular peculiarities of a nematode with parthenogenetic reproduction
H Hiraki, H Kagoshima, C Kraus, PH Schiffer, Y Ueta, M Kroiher, ...
BMC genomics 18 (1), 478, 2017
92017
Endorsing Darwin: global biogeography of the epipelagic goose barnacles Lepas spp. (Cirripedia, Lepadomorpha) proves cryptic speciation
PH Schiffer, HG Herbig
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 177 (3), 507-525, 2016
92016
Orthonectids are highly degenerate annelid worms
PH Schiffer, HE Robertson, MJ Telford
Current Biology 28 (12), 1970-1974. e3, 2018
82018
Signatures of the evolution of parthenogenesis and cryptobiosis in the genomes of panagrolaimid nematodes
PH Schiffer, E Danchin, AM Burnell, AM Schiffer, C Creevey, S Wong, ...
bioRxiv, 159152, 2017
62017
Functional studies on the role of Notch signaling in Hydractinia development
JM Gahan, CE Schnitzler, TQ DuBuc, LB Doonan, J Kanska, SG Gornik, ...
Developmental biology 428 (1), 224-231, 2017
52017
The cnidarian Hydractinia echinata employs canonical and highly adapted histones to pack its DNA
A Török, PH Schiffer, CE Schnitzler, K Ford, JC Mullikin, AD Baxevanis, ...
Epigenetics & chromatin 9 (1), 36, 2016
52016
Ultra large gene families: A matter of adaptation or genomic parasites?
P Schiffer, J Gravemeyer, M Rauscher, T Wiehe
Life 6 (3), 32, 2016
52016
Developmental variations among Panagrolaimid nematodes indicate developmental system drift within a small taxonomic unit
PH Schiffer, NA Nsah, H Grotehusmann, M Kroiher, C Loer, ...
Development genes and evolution 224 (3), 183-188, 2014
42014
The gene regulatory program of Acrobeloides nanus reveals conservation of phylum-specific expression
PH Schiffer, AL Polsky, AG Cole, JIR Camps, M Kroiher, DH Silver, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (17), 4459-4464, 2018
22018
Major changes in the core developmental pathways of nematodes: Romanomermis culicivorax reveals the derived status of the Caenorhabditis elegans model
PH Schiffer, M Kroiher, C Kraus, GD Koutsovoulos, S Kumar, JIR Camps, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1303.4053, 2013
12013
Mitigating Anticipated Effects of Systematic Errors Supports Sister-Group Relationship between Xenacoelomorpha and Ambulacraria
H Philippe, AJ Poustka, M Chiodin, KJ Hoff, C Dessimoz, B Tomiczek, ...
Current Biology, 2019
2019
Fitness Landscape of the Fission Yeast Genome
L Grech, D Jeffares, CY Sadée, M Rodriguez-Lopez, DA Bitton, M Hoti, ...
Molecular biology and evolution, 2019
2019
The mitochondrial genomes of the mesozoans Intoshia linei, Dicyema sp. and Dicyema japonicum
HE Robertson, PH Schiffer, MJ Telford
Parasitology open 4, 2018
2018
Differences in the genetic control of early egg development and reproduction between C. elegans and its parthenogenetic relative D. coronatus
C Kraus, PH Schiffer, H Kagoshima, H Hiraki, T Vogt, M Kroiher, Y Kohara, ...
EvoDevo 8 (1), 16, 2017
2017
Molecular data from Orthonectid worms show they are highly degenerate members of phylum Annelida not phylum Mesozoa.
P Schiffer, H Robertson, MJ Telford
bioRxiv, 235549, 2017
2017
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