Nathan L. Clark
Nathan L. Clark
Associate Professor of Computational and Systems Biology, University of Pittsburgh
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TitleCited byYear
Evolution of reproductive proteins from animals and plants
NL Clark, JE Aagaard, WJ Swanson
Reproduction 131 (1), 11-22, 2006
Pervasive adaptive evolution in primate seminal proteins
NL Clark, WJ Swanson
PLoS Genetics 1 (3), e35, 2005
Coevolution of interacting fertilization proteins
NL Clark, J Gasper, M Sekino, SA Springer, CF Aquadro, WJ Swanson
PLoS genetics 5 (7), e1000570, 2009
Rapid evolution of reproductive proteins in abalone and Drosophila
TM Panhuis, NL Clark, WJ Swanson
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 361 …, 2006
Proteomics and Comparative Genomic Investigations Reveal Heterogeneity in Evolutionary Rate of Male Reproductive Proteins in Mice (Mus domesticus)
MD Dean, NL Clark, GD Findlay, RC Karn, X Yi, WJ Swanson, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 26 (8), 1733-1743, 2009
Evolutionary rate covariation identifies new members of a protein network required for Drosophila melanogaster female post-mating responses
GD Findlay, JL Sitnik, W Wang, CF Aquadro, NL Clark, MF Wolfner
PLOS Genetics 10 (1), e1004108, 2014
Evolutionary rate covariation reveals shared functionality and co-expression of genes
NL Clark, E Alani, CF Aquadro
Genome Research, 2012
Adaptive evolution in rodent seminal vesicle secretion proteins
RC Karn, NL Clark, ED Nguyen, WJ Swanson
Molecular biology and evolution 25 (11), 2301-2310, 2008
High genetic diversity in the chemoreceptor superfamily of Caenorhabditis elegans
MK Stewart, NL Clark, G Merrihew, EM Galloway, JH Thomas
Genetics 169 (4), 1985-1996, 2005
Duplication and selection on abalone sperm lysin in an allopatric population
NL Clark, GD Findlay, X Yi, MJ MacCoss, WJ Swanson
Molecular biology and evolution 24 (9), 2081-2090, 2007
A novel method to detect proteins evolving at correlated rates: identifying new functional relationships between coevolving proteins
NL Clark, CF Aquadro
Molecular biology and evolution 27 (5), 1152-1161, 2009
Hundreds of genes experienced convergent shifts in selective pressure in marine mammals
M Chikina, JD Robinson, NL Clark
Molecular Biology and Evolution 33 (9), 2182-2192, 2016
Overlapping Patterns of Rapid Evolution in the Nucleic Acid Sensors cGAS and OAS1 Suggest a Common Mechanism of Pathogen Antagonism and Escape
DC Hancks, MK Hartley, C Hagan, NL Clark, NC Elde
PLOS Genetics 11 (5), e1005203, 2015
Subterranean mammals show convergent regression in ocular genes and enhancers, along with adaptation to tunneling
R Partha, BK Chauhan, Z Ferreira, JD Robinson, K Lathrop, KK Nischal, ...
Elife 6, e25884, 2017
Evolutionary and functional analysis of the invariant SWIM domain in the conserved Shu2/SWS1 protein family from Saccharomyces cerevisiae to Homo sapiens
SK Godin, C Meslin, F Kabbinavar, DS Bratton-Palmer, C Hornack, ...
Genetics 199 (4), 1023-1033, 2015
Evolutionary rate covariation in meiotic proteins results from fluctuating evolutionary pressure in yeasts and mammals
NL Clark, E Alani, CF Aquadro
Genetics 193 (2), 529-538, 2013
Genetic and phenotypic influences on copulatory plug survival in mice
R Mangels, B Young, S Keeble, R Ardekani, C Meslin, Z Ferreira, ...
Heredity 115 (6), 496, 2015
Diversity-enhancing selection acts on a female reproductive protease family in four subspecies of Drosophila mojavensis
ES Kelleher, NL Clark, TA Markow
Genetics 187 (3), 865-876, 2011
Digestive organ in the female reproductive tract borrows genes from multiple organ systems to adopt critical functions
C Meslin, MS Plakke, AB Deutsch, BS Small, NI Morehouse, NL Clark
Molecular biology and evolution 32 (6), 1567-1580, 2015
Ancient convergent losses of Paraoxonase 1 yield potential risks for modern marine mammals
WK Meyer, J Jamison, R Richter, SE Woods, R Partha, A Kowalczyk, ...
Science 361 (6402), 591-594, 2018
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