Here are my papers on various evolutionary biology things
T. E. Keller, S. Neely, N. DePaula, C. Cooperman. Crisis Communications in the
Age of Social Media: A Network Analysis of Zika-Related Tweets. In Press, Social Science Computer Review. I. Mendizabal, J. Zeng,
T. E. Keller, S. V. Yi. Body-hypomethylated human genes harbor extensive intragenic transcriptional activity and are prone to cancer-associated dysregulation. In Press, Nucl. Acids. Res., doi 10.1093/nar/gkx020 . I. Mendizabal, L. Shi,
T. E. Keller, G. Konopka, T. M. Preuss, T. Tsieh, E. Hu, Z. Zhang, B. Su, S. V. Yi. Comparative methylome analyses reveal epigenetic loci implicated in transcription regulation of human brains. In press, Molecular Biology and Evolution, doi 10.1093/molbev/msw176
T. E. Keller, J. E. Lasky, S. V. Yi. The multivariate association between genome-wide DNA methylation and climate across the range of Arabidopsis thaliana. pdf Molecular Ecology 25:1823–1837, 2016.
T. E. Keller, P. Han, S. V. Yi. Evolutionary transition of promoter and gene body DNA methylation across invertebrate-vertebrate boundary. Molecular Biology and Evolution 33:1019–1028, 2016. I. Mendizabal,
T. E. Keller, J. Zeng, S. V. Yi. Epigenetics and evolution. Integrative and Comparative Biology 54:31–42, 2014.
T.E. Keller, S. V. Yi. DNA methylation and evolution of duplicate genes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111:5932–5937, 2014.
T.E. Keller, C. O. Wilke, J. J. Bull. Interactions between evolutionary processes at high mutation rates. pdf Evolution 66:2303–2314, 2012.
T.E. Keller, S. D. Mis , K. E. Jia, C. O. Wilke. Reduced mRNA secondary-structure stability near the start codon indicates functional genes in prokaryotes. Genome Biology and Evolution 4:80–88, 2012. E. B. O’Dea,
T.E. Keller, C. O. Wilke. Does mutational robustness inhibit extinction by lethal mutagenesis in viral populations? PLoS Computational Biology 6:e1000811, 2010. R. Springman,
T. Keller, I. Molineux, J. J. Bull. Evolution at a high imposed mutation rate: adaptation obscures the load in Phage T7. Genetics 184:221–232 , 2010. M. P. Salomon, D. Ostrow, N. Phillips, D. Blanton, W. Bour,
T.E. Keller, L. Levy, T. Sylvestre, A. Upadhyay, C. F. Baer. Comparing mutational and standing genetic variability for fitness and size in Caenorhabditis briggsae and C. elegans. Genetics 183:685–92, 2009.
T.E. Keller, I. J. Molineux, J. J. Bull. Viral resistance evolution fully escapes a rationally designed lethal inhibitor. Molecular Biology and Evolution 26:2041–46, 2009. D. Ostrow, N. Phillips, A. Avalos, D. Blanton, A. Boggs,
T. Keller, L. Levy, J. Rosenbloom, C. F. Baer. Mutational bias for body size in rhabditid nematodes. Genetics 176:1653–61, 2007. C. F. Baer, N. Phillips, D. Ostrow, A. Avalos, D. Blanton, A. Boggs,
T. Keller, L. Levy, E. Mezerhane. Cumulative effects of spontaneous mutations for fitness in
Caenorhabditis: role of genotype, environment and stress. Genetics 174:1387–95, 2006.