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Manfred Schartl
Manfred Schartl
Physiological Chemistry, University of Würzburg, Biozentrum, Am Hubland, 97070 Würzburg, Germany and
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Gene and genome duplications in vertebrates: the one-to-four (-to-eight in fish) rule and the evolution of novel gene functions
A Meyer, M Schartl
Current opinion in cell biology 11 (6), 699-704, 1999
9781999
A duplicated copy of DMRT1 in the sex-determining region of the Y chromosome of the medaka, Oryzias latipes
I Nanda, M Kondo, U Hornung, S Asakawa, C Winkler, A Shimizu, Z Shan, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (18), 11778-11783, 2002
9162002
Whole-genome sequence of a flatfish provides insights into ZW sex chromosome evolution and adaptation to a benthic lifestyle
S Chen, G Zhang, C Shao, Q Huang, G Liu, P Zhang, W Song, NA An, ...
Nature genetics 46 (3), 253-260, 2014
8212014
Medaka—a model organism from the far East
J Wittbrodt, A Shima, M Schartl
Nature Reviews Genetics 3 (1), 53-64, 2002
8152002
The African coelacanth genome provides insights into tetrapod evolution
CT Amemiya, J Alföldi, AP Lee, S Fan, H Philippe, I MacCallum, I Braasch, ...
Nature 496 (7445), 311-316, 2013
7432013
Neurotrophin-6 is a new member of the nerve growth factor family
R Götz, R Köster, C Winkler, F Raulf, F Lottspeich, M Schartl, H Thoenen
Nature 372 (6503), 266-269, 1994
6111994
First report on chicken genes and chromosomes 2000
M Schmid, I Nanda, M Guttenbach, C Steinlein, M Hoehn, M Schartl, ...
Cytogenetic and Genome Research 90 (3-4), 169-218, 2000
4362000
300 million years of conserved synteny between chicken Z and human chromosome 9
I Nanda, Z Shan, M Schartl, DW Burt, M Koehler, HG Nothwang, ...
Nature genetics 21 (3), 258-259, 1999
4201999
Novel putative receptor tyrosine kinase encoded by the melanoma-inducing Tu locus in Xiphophorus
J Wittbrodt, D Adam, B Malitschek, W Mäueler, F Raulf, A Telling, ...
Nature 341 (6241), 415-421, 1989
3861989
More genes in fish?
J Wittbrodt, A Meyer, M Schartl
BioEssays 20 (6), 511-515, 1998
3621998
Recurrent origin of a sexually selected trait in Xiphophorus fishes inferred from a molecular phylogeny
A Meyer, JM Morrissey, M Schartl
Nature 368 (6471), 539-542, 1994
3171994
Structure and expression of the murine retinoblastoma gene and characterization of its encoded protein.
R Bernards, GM Schackleford, MR Gerber, JM Horowitz, SH Friend, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 86 (17), 6474-6478, 1989
3171989
Wild sex in zebrafish: loss of the natural sex determinant in domesticated strains
CA Wilson, SK High, BM McCluskey, A Amores, Y Yan, TA Titus, ...
Genetics 198 (3), 1291-1308, 2014
3032014
The genome of the platyfish, Xiphophorus maculatus, provides insights into evolutionary adaptation and several complex traits
M Schartl, RB Walter, Y Shen, T Garcia, J Catchen, A Amores, I Braasch, ...
Nature genetics 45 (5), 567-572, 2013
2972013
Insights into sex chromosome evolution and aging from the genome of a short-lived fish
K Reichwald, A Petzold, P Koch, BR Downie, N Hartmann, S Pietsch, ...
Cell 163 (6), 1527-1538, 2015
2752015
Sex chromosome evolution in non-mammalian vertebrates
M Schartl
Current opinion in genetics & development 14 (6), 634-641, 2004
2702004
Pluripotency and differentiation of embryonic stem cell lines from the medakafish (Oryzias latipes)
Y Hong, C Winkler, M Schartl
Mechanisms of development 60 (1), 33-44, 1996
2691996
Evolution of pigment synthesis pathways by gene and genome duplication in fish
I Braasch, M Schartl, JN Volff
BMC Evolutionary Biology 7, 1-18, 2007
2492007
EVOLUTIONARY ORIGIN OF A PARTHENOFORM, THE AMAZON MOLLY POECILIA FORMOSA, ON THE BASIS OF A MOLECULAR GENEALOGY
M Schartl, B Wilde, I Schlupp, J Parzefall
Evolution 49 (5), 827-835, 1995
2421995
Plasticity of gene‐regulatory networks controlling sex determination: of masters, slaves, usual suspects, newcomers, and usurpators
A Herpin, M Schartl
EMBO reports 16 (10), 1260-1274, 2015
2352015
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