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There are 25 references in this bibliography folder.


Naville, M, Henriet, S, Warren, I, Sumic, S, Reeve, M, Volff, J, and Chourrout, D (2019).
Massive Changes of Genome Size Driven by Expansions of Non-autonomous Transposable Elements
Current Biology, 29(7):1161-1168.e6.

Salis, P, Lorin, T, Lewis, V, Rey, C, Marcionetti, A, Escande, ML, Roux, N, Besseau, L, Salamin, N, Semon, M, Parichy, D, Volff, JN, and Laudet, V (2019).
Developmental and comparative transcriptomic identification of iridophore contribution to white barring in clownfish
Pigment Cell Melanoma Res.

Brunet, FG, Audit, B, Drillon, G, Argoul, F, Volff, JN, and Arneodo, A (2018).
Evidence for DNA Sequence Encoding of an Accessible Nucleosomal Array across Vertebrates
Biophys J, 114(10):2308-2316.

Lorin, T, Brunet, FG, Laudet, V, and Volff, JN (2018).
Teleost Fish-Specific Preferential Retention of Pigmentation Gene-Containing Families After Whole Genome Duplications in Vertebrates
G3 (Bethesda), 8(5):1795-1806.

Mommert, M, Tabone, O, Oriol, G, Cerrato, E, Guichard, A, Naville, M, Fournier, P, Volff, JN, Pachot, A, Monneret, G, Venet, F, Brengel-Pesce, K, Textoris, J, and Mallet, F (2018).
LTR-retrotransposon transcriptome modulation in response to endotoxin-induced stress in PBMCs
BMC Genomics, 19(1):522.

Chalopin, D and Volff, JN (2017).
Analysis of the spotted gar genome suggests absence of causative link between ancestral genome duplication and transposable element diversification in teleost fish
J Exp Zool B Mol Dev Evol.

Sarkar, A, Volff, JN, and Vaury, C (2017).
piRNAs and their diverse roles: a transposable element-driven tactic for gene regulation?
FASEB J, 31(2):436-446.

Voldoire, E, Brunet, F, Naville, M, Volff, JN, and Galiana, D (2017).
Expansion by whole genome duplication and evolution of the sox gene family in teleost fish
PLoS One, 12(7):e0180936.

Braasch, I, Gehrke, AR, Smith, JJ, Kawasaki, K, Manousaki, T, Pasquier, J, Amores, A, Desvignes, T, Batzel, P, Catchen, J, Berlin, AM, Campbell, MS, Barrell, D, Martin, KJ, Mulley, JF, Ravi, V, Lee, AP, Nakamura, T, Chalopin, D, Fan, S, Wcisel, D, Canestro, C, Sydes, J, Beaudry, FE, Sun, Y, Hertel, J, Beam, MJ, Fasold, M, Ishiyama, M, Johnson, J, Kehr, S, Lara, M, Letaw, JH, Litman, GW, Litman, RT, Mikami, M, Ota, T, Saha, NR, Williams, L, Stadler, PF, Wang, H, Taylor, JS, Fontenot, Q, Ferrara, A, Searle, SM, Aken, B, Yandell, M, Schneider, I, Yoder, JA, Volff, JN, Meyer, A, Amemiya, CT, Venkatesh, B, Holland, PW, Guiguen, Y, Bobe, J, Shubin, NH, Di Palma, F, Alfoldi, J, Lindblad-Toh, K, and Postlethwait, JH (2016).
The spotted gar genome illuminates vertebrate evolution and facilitates human-teleost comparisons
Nat Genet, 48(4):427-37.

Brunet, FG, Volff, JN, and Schartl, M (2016).
Whole Genome Duplications Shaped the Receptor Tyrosine Kinase Repertoire of Jawed Vertebrates
Genome Biol Evol, 8(5):1600-13.

Fraune, J, Brochier-Armanet, C, Alsheimer, M, Volff, JN, Schucker, K, and Benavente, R (2016).
Evolutionary history of the mammalian synaptonemal complex
Chromosoma, 125(3):355-60.

Naville, M and Volff, JN (2016).
Endogenous Retroviruses in Fish Genomes: From Relics of Past Infections to Evolutionary Innovations?
Front Microbiol, 7:1197.

Naville, M, Warren, IA, Haftek-Terreau, Z, Chalopin, D, Brunet, F, Levin, P, Galiana, D, and Volff, JN (2016).
Not so bad after all: retroviruses and long terminal repeat retrotransposons as a source of new genes in vertebrates
Clin Microbiol Infect, 22(4):312-323.

Sarkar, A, Volff, JN, and Vaury, C (2016).
piRNAs and their diverse roles: a transposable element-driven tactic for gene regulation?

Shen, Y, Chalopin, D, Garcia, T, Boswell, M, Boswell, W, Shiryev, SA, Agarwala, R, Volff, JN, Postlethwait, JH, Schartl, M, Minx, P, Warren, WC, and Walter, RB (2016).
X. couchianus and X. hellerii genome models provide genomic variation insight among Xiphophorus species
BMC Genomics, 17:37.

Chalopin, D, Naville, M, Plard, F, Galiana, D, and Volff, JN (2015).
Comparative analysis of transposable elements highlights mobilome diversity and evolution in vertebrates
Genome Biol Evol, 7(2):567-80.

Chalopin, D, Volff, JN, Galiana, D, Anderson, JL, and Schartl, M (2015).
Transposable elements and early evolution of sex chromosomes in fish
Chromosome Res, 23(3):545-60.

Henriet, S, Sumic, S, Doufoundou-Guilengui, C, Jensen, MF, Grandmougin, C, Fal, K, Thompson, E, Volff, JN, and Chourrout, D (2015).
Embryonic expression of endogenous retroviral RNAs in somatic tissues adjacent to the Oikopleura germline
Nucleic Acids Res, 43(7):3701-11.

Naville, M, Chalopin, D, Casane, D, Laurenti, P, and Volff, JN (2015).
The coelacanth: Can a "living fossil" have active transposable elements in its genome?
Mob Genet Elements, 5(4):55-59.

Perot, P, Mullins, CS, Naville, M, Bressan, C, Huhns, M, Gock, M, Kuhn, F, Volff, JN, Trillet-Lenoir, V, Linnebacher, M, and Mallet, F (2015).
Expression of young HERV-H loci in the course of colorectal carcinoma and correlation with molecular subtypes
Oncotarget, 6(37):40095-111.

Regneri, J, Volff, JN, and Schartl, M (2015).
Transcriptional control analyses of the Xiphophorus melanoma oncogene
Comp Biochem Physiol C Toxicol Pharmacol, 178:116-27.

Reichwald, K, Petzold, A, Koch, P, Downie, BR, Hartmann, N, Pietsch, S, Baumgart, M, Chalopin, D, Felder, M, Bens, M, Sahm, A, Szafranski, K, Taudien, S, Groth, M, Arisi, I, Weise, A, Bhatt, SS, Sharma, V, Kraus, JM, Schmid, F, Priebe, S, Liehr, T, Gorlach, M, Than, ME, Hiller, M, Kestler, HA, Volff, JN, Schartl, M, Cellerino, A, Englert, C, and Platzer, M (2015).
Insights into Sex Chromosome Evolution and Aging from the Genome of a Short-Lived Fish
Cell, 163(6):1527-38.

Warren, IA, Naville, M, Chalopin, D, Levin, P, Berger, CS, Galiana, D, and Volff, JN (2015).
Evolutionary impact of transposable elements on genomic diversity and lineage-specific innovation in vertebrates
Chromosome Res, 23(3):505-31.

Naville, M, Chalopin, D, and Volff, JN (2014).
Interspecies insertion polymorphism analysis reveals recent activity of transposable elements in extant coelacanths
PLoS One, 9(12):e114382.

Valdivia, K, Jouanno, E, Volff, JN, Galiana-Arnoux, D, Guyomard, R, Helary, L, Mourot, B, Fostier, A, Quillet, E, and Guiguen, Y (2014).
High temperature increases the masculinization rate of the all-female (XX) rainbow trout "Mal" population
PLoS One, 9(12):e113355.


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