Neil J Gemmell
Neil J Gemmell
Distinguished Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Otago
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Interactive effects of habitat modification and species invasion on native species decline
RK Didham, JM Tylianakis, NJ Gemmell, TA Rand, RM Ewers
Trends in ecology & evolution 22 (9), 489-496, 2007
9162007
Are invasive species the drivers of ecological change?
RK Didham, JM Tylianakis, MA Hutchison, RM Ewers, NJ Gemmell
Trends in ecology & evolution 20 (9), 470-474, 2005
9022005
Genome analysis of the platypus reveals unique signatures of evolution
WC Warren, LDW Hillier, JAM Graves, E Birney, CP Ponting, F Grützner, ...
Nature 453 (7192), 175, 2008
7392008
Genome-Wide Analysis of the World's Sheep Breeds Reveals High Levels of Historic Mixture and Strong Recent Selection
JW Kijas, JA Lenstra, B Hayes, S Boitard, LRP Neto, M San Cristobal, ...
PLoS Biology 10 (2), e1001258, 2012
6602012
Underestimation of species richness in Neotropical frogs revealed by mtDNA analyses
A Fouquet, A Gilles, M Vences, C Marty, M Blanc, NJ Gemmell
PLoS one 2 (10), e1109, 2007
5662007
Fast, cost-effective development of species-specific microsatellite markers by genomic sequencing.
J Abdelkrim, BC Robertson, JAL Stanton, NJ Gemmell
Biotechniques 46 (3), 185-192, 2009
4312009
A genome wide survey of SNP variation reveals the genetic structure of sheep breeds
JW Kijas, D Townley, BP Dalrymple, MP Heaton, JF Maddox, A McGrath, ...
PloS one 4 (3), e4668, 2009
3472009
Mother's curse: the effect of mtDNA on individual fitness and population viability
NJ Gemmell, VJ Metcalf, FW Allendorf
Trends in ecology & evolution 19 (5), 238-244, 2004
3202004
An efficient method for the extraction of DNA from vertebrate tissues.
NJ Gemmell, S Akiyama
Trends in Genetics: TIG 12 (9), 338, 1996
3141996
Revealing the hidden complexities of mtDNA inheritance
DJ White, JN Wolff, M Pierson, NJ Gemmell
Molecular Ecology 17 (23), 4925-4942, 2008
3012008
The rise, fall and renaissance of microsatellites in eukaryotic genomes
E Buschiazzo, NJ Gemmell
Bioessays 28 (10), 1040-1050, 2006
2982006
Gender differences in publication output: towards an unbiased metric of research performance
MRE Symonds, NJ Gemmell, TL Braisher, KL Gorringe, MA Elgar
PloS one 1 (1), e127, 2006
2922006
Global monitoring of antimicrobial resistance based on metagenomics analyses of urban sewage
RS Hendriksen, P Munk, P Njage, B Van Bunnik, L McNally, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-12, 2019
2792019
The Genome 10K Project: A Way Forward
KP Koepfli, B Paten, the Genome 10K Community of Scientists, ...
Annu. Rev. Anim. Biosci. 3 (1), 57-111, 2015
2782015
Consistent age-dependent declines in human semen quality: a systematic review and meta-analysis
SL Johnson, J Dunleavy, NJ Gemmell, S Nakagawa
Ageing research reviews 19, 22-33, 2015
2522015
The power and promise of RNA‐seq in ecology and evolution
EV Todd, MA Black, NJ Gemmell
Molecular Ecology 25, 1224–1241, 2016
1692016
Measuring telomere length and telomere dynamics in evolutionary biology and ecology
DH Nussey, D Baird, E Barrett, W Boner, J Fairlie, N Gemmell, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (4), 299-310, 2014
1622014
Microsatellite tandem repeats are abundant in human promoters and are associated with regulatory elements
S Sawaya, A Bagshaw, E Buschiazzo, P Kumar, S Chowdhury, MA Black, ...
PloS one 8 (2), e54710, 2013
1532013
Conservation demands safe gene drive
KM Esvelt, NJ Gemmell
PLoS biology 15 (11), e2003850, 2017
1432017
Interspecific microsatellite markers for the study of pinniped populations
NJ Gemmell, PJ Allen, SJ Goodman, JZ Reed
Molecular Ecology 6 (7), 661-666, 1997
1401997
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