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X chromosome evidence for ancient human histories.
  • E. Harris, J. Hey
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
  • 16 March 1999
Diverse African and non-African samples of the X-linked PDHA1 (pyruvate dehydrogenase E1 alpha subunit) locus revealed a fixed DNA sequence difference between the two sample groups. The age of onsetExpand
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Molecular systematics of the old world monkey tribe papionini: analysis of the total available genetic sequences.
  • E. Harris
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Journal of human evolution
  • 1 February 2000
The phylogenetic relationships among the genera of the tribe Papionini are inferred using a taxonomic congruence approach in which gene trees derived for eight unlinked genetic sequence datasets areExpand
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Nuclear gene trees and the phylogenetic relationships of the mangabeys (Primates: Papionini).
Phylogenetic relationships of mangabeys within the Old World monkey tribe Papionini are inferred from analyses of nuclear DNA sequences from five unlinked loci. The following conclusions are stronglyExpand
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The molecular signature of selection underlying human adaptations.
  • E. Harris, D. Meyer
  • Medicine, Biology
  • American journal of physical anthropology
  • 1 December 2006
In the last decade, advances in human population genetics and comparative genomics have resulted in important contributions to our understanding of human genetic diversity and genetic adaptation. ForExpand
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Intrinsic connectivity of the rat subiculum: I. Dendritic morphology and patterns of axonal arborization by pyramidal neurons
The dendritic and axonal morphology of rat subicular neurons was studied in single cells labeled with Neurobiotin. Electrophysiological classification of cells as intrinsic burst firing or regularExpand
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Intrinsic connectivity of the rat subiculum: II. Properties of synchronous spontaneous activity and a demonstration of multiple generator regions
Brain structures that can generate epileptiform activity possess excitatory interconnections among principal cells and a subset of these neurons that can be spontaneously active (“pacemaker” cells).Expand
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Population bottlenecks and patterns of human polymorphism.
  • J. Hey, E. Harris
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Molecular biology and evolution
  • 1 October 1999
Fay and Wu (1999) examine a historical model in which a population quickly shrinks, stays small for some time, and then suddenly recovers its original population size, at which it stays until samplesExpand
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Human populations show reduced DNA sequence variation at the Factor IX locus
Levels and patterns of human DNA sequence variation vary widely among loci. However, some of this variation may be due to the different populations used in different studies. So far, few studies ofExpand
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Geology of the Sleetmute C-7, C-8, D-7, and D-8 Quadrangles, Horn Mountains, Southwestern Alaska - Abstract
Geologic mapping in the northwest Sleetmute quadrangle summarizes the geography, geology, economic potential, and history of this region. The 2,157 km2 (833 mi2) area consists of broad lowlands,Expand
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Origins of modern humans still look recent
Hey and Harris take exception to some of the points that I raised about their recent work in my review of new findings in human origins research [1xHuman evolution: origins of modern humans stillExpand
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