Daniel J. Macqueen
Daniel J. Macqueen
Professor & Head of Genome Biology Division, The Roslin Institute, University of Edinburgh
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Growth and the regulation of myotomal muscle mass in teleost fish
IA Johnston, NI Bower, DJ Macqueen
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (10), 1617-1628, 2011
A well-constrained estimate for the timing of the salmonid whole genome duplication reveals major decoupling from species diversification
DJ Macqueen, IA Johnston
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1778), 20132881, 2014
Harnessing genomics to fast-track genetic improvement in aquaculture
RD Houston, TP Bean, DJ Macqueen, MK Gundappa, YH Jin, TL Jenkins, ...
Nature Reviews Genetics 21 (7), 389-409, 2020
Embryonic temperature affects muscle fibre recruitment in adult zebrafish: genome-wide changes in gene and microRNA expression associated with the transition from hyperplastic …
IA Johnston, HT Lee, DJ Macqueen, K Paranthaman, C Kawashima, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 212 (12), 1781-1793, 2009
Lineage-specific rediploidization is a mechanism to explain time-lags between genome duplication and evolutionary diversification
FM Robertson, MK Gundappa, F Grammes, TR Hvidsten, AK Redmond, ...
Genome biology 18, 1-14, 2017
Evolution of the multifaceted eukaryotic akiringene family
DJ Macqueen, IA Johnston
BMC evolutionary biology 9 (1), 1-20, 2009
Evolution of ancient functions in the vertebrate insulin-like growth factor system uncovered by study of duplicated salmonid fish genomes
DJ Macqueen, D Garcia de la Serrana, IA Johnston
Molecular Biology and Evolution 30 (5), 1060-1076, 2013
Temperature until the ‘eyed stage’of embryogenesis programmes the growth trajectory and muscle phenotype of adult Atlantic salmon
DJ Macqueen, DHF Robb, T Olsen, L Melstveit, CGM Paxton, IA Johnston
Biology Letters 4 (3), 294-298, 2008
Functional Annotation of All Salmonid Genomes (FAASG): an international initiative supporting future salmonid research, conservation and aquaculture
DJ Macqueen, CR Primmer, RD Houston, BF Nowak, L Bernatchez, ...
BMC genomics 18 (1), 484, 2017
Coupling of diversification and pH adaptation during the evolution of terrestrial Thaumarchaeota
C Gubry-Rangin, C Kratsch, TA Williams, AC McHardy, TM Embley, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (30), 9370-9375, 2015
From FAANG to fork: application of highly annotated genomes to improve farmed animal production
EL Clark, AL Archibald, HD Daetwyler, MAM Groenen, PW Harrison, ...
Genome Biology 21, 1-9, 2020
High-throughput proteomic profiling of the fish liver following bacterial infection
DR Causey, MAN Pohl, DA Stead, SAM Martin, CJ Secombes, ...
BMC genomics 19, 1-17, 2018
Insulin-like growth factor-binding proteins of teleost fishes
D Garcia de la Serrana, DJ Macqueen
Frontiers in endocrinology 9, 80, 2018
Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) genetics in the 21st century: taking leaps forward in aquaculture and biological understanding
RD Houston, DJ Macqueen
Animal Genetics 50 (1), 3-14, 2019
The structural variation landscape in 492 Atlantic salmon genomes
AC Bertolotti, RM Layer, MK Gundappa, MD Gallagher, E Pehlivanoglu, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 5176, 2020
Temperature influences the coordinated expression of myogenic regulatory factors during embryonic myogenesis in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salarL.)
DJ Macqueen, D Robb, IA Johnston
Journal of Experimental Biology 210 (16), 2781-2794, 2007
Comparative regulomics supports pervasive selection on gene dosage following whole genome duplication
GB Gillard, L Grønvold, LL Røsæg, MM Holen, Ø Monsen, BF Koop, ...
Genome Biology 22 (1), 1-18, 2021
Discovery of all three types in cartilaginous fishes enables phylogenetic resolution of the origins and evolution of interferons
AK Redmond, J Zou, CJ Secombes, DJ Macqueen, H Dooley
Frontiers in immunology 10, 1558, 2019
Disparate developmental patterns of immune responses to bacterial and viral infections in fish
R Castro, L Jouneau, L Tacchi, DJ Macqueen, A Alzaid, CJ Secombes, ...
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 15458, 2015
Salmonid genomes have a remarkably expanded akirin family, coexpressed with genes from conserved pathways governing skeletal muscle growth and catabolism
DJ Macqueen, BK Kristjánsson, IA Johnston
Physiological genomics 42 (1), 134-148, 2010
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