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Ran Blekhman
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Human genetics shape the gut microbiome
JK Goodrich, JL Waters, AC Poole, JL Sutter, O Koren, R Blekhman, ...
Cell 159 (4), 789-799, 2014
Sex-specific and lineage-specific alternative splicing in primates
R Blekhman, JC Marioni, P Zumbo, M Stephens, Y Gilad
Genome research 20 (2), 180-189, 2010
Natural selection on genes that underlie human disease susceptibility
R Blekhman, O Man, L Herrmann, AR Boyko, A Indap, C Kosiol, ...
Current biology 18 (12), 883-889, 2008
Host genetic variation impacts microbiome composition across human body sites
R Blekhman, JK Goodrich, K Huang, Q Sun, R Bukowski, JT Bell, ...
Genome biology 16 (1), 191, 2015
Gene regulation in primates evolves under tissue-specific selection pressures
R Blekhman, A Oshlack, AE Chabot, GK Smyth, Y Gilad
PLoS genetics 4 (11), e1000271, 2008
Social networks predict gut microbiome composition in wild baboons
J Tung, LB Barreiro, MB Burns, JC Grenier, J Lynch, LE Grieneisen, ...
Elife 4, e05224, 2015
Gene expression differences among primates are associated with changes in a histone epigenetic modification
CE Cain, R Blekhman, JC Marioni, Y Gilad
Genetics 187 (4), 1225-1234, 2011
The “domino theory” of gene death: gradual and mass gene extinction events in three lineages of obligate symbiotic bacterial pathogens
T Dagan, R Blekhman, D Graur
Molecular biology and evolution 23 (2), 310-316, 2005
An evolutionarily conserved sexual signature in the primate brain
B Reinius, P Saetre, JA Leonard, R Blekhman, R Merino-Martinez, ...
PLoS genetics 4 (6), e1000100, 2008
SPIKE–a database, visualization and analysis tool of cellular signaling pathways
R Elkon, R Vesterman, N Amit, I Ulitsky, I Zohar, M Weisz, G Mass, N Orlev, ...
BMC bioinformatics 9 (1), 110, 2008
A combination of genomic approaches reveals the role of FOXO1a in regulating an oxidative stress response pathway
P de Candia, R Blekhman, AE Chabot, A Oshlack, Y Gilad
PLoS One 3 (2), e1670, 2008
Functional comparison of innate immune signaling pathways in primates
LB Barreiro, JC Marioni, R Blekhman, M Stephens, Y Gilad
PLoS genetics 6 (12), e1001249, 2010
A signature of evolutionary constraint on a subset of ectopically expressed olfactory receptor genes
O De la Cruz, R Blekhman, X Zhang, D Nicolae, S Firestein, Y Gilad
Molecular biology and evolution 26 (3), 491-494, 2008
Gut microbiome of coexisting BaAka Pygmies and Bantu reflects gradients of traditional subsistence patterns
A Gomez, KJ Petrzelkova, MB Burns, CJ Yeoman, KR Amato, K Vlckova, ...
Cell reports 14 (9), 2142-2153, 2016
Virulence genes are a signature of the microbiome in the colorectal tumor microenvironment
MB Burns, J Lynch, TK Starr, D Knights, R Blekhman
Genome medicine 7 (1), 55, 2015
Variation in rural African gut microbiota is strongly correlated with colonization by Entamoeba and subsistence
ER Morton, J Lynch, A Froment, S Lafosse, E Heyer, M Przeworski, ...
PLoS genetics 11 (11), e1005658, 2015
Genetic ancestry and natural selection drive population differences in immune responses to pathogens
Y Nédélec, J Sanz, G Baharian, ZA Szpiech, A Pacis, A Dumaine, ...
Cell 167 (3), 657-669. e21, 2016
Segmental duplications contribute to gene expression differences between humans and chimpanzees
R Blekhman, A Oshlack, Y Gilad
Genetics 182 (2), 627-630, 2009
Selective constraints in experimentally defined primate regulatory regions
DJ Gaffney, R Blekhman, J Majewski
PLoS genetics 4 (8), e1000157, 2008
Using reporter gene assays to identify cis regulatory differences between humans and chimpanzees
A Chabot, RA Shrit, R Blekhman, Y Gilad
Genetics 176 (4), 2069-2076, 2007
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