Julian M Catchen
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Stacks: an analysis tool set for population genomics
J Catchen, PA Hohenlohe, S Bassham, A Amores, WA Cresko
Molecular ecology 22 (11), 3124-3140, 2013
Genome-wide genetic marker discovery and genotyping using next-generation sequencing
JW Davey, PA Hohenlohe, PD Etter, JQ Boone, JM Catchen, ML Blaxter
Nature Reviews Genetics 12 (7), 499-510, 2011
Stacks: Building and Genotyping Loci De Novo From Short-Read Sequences
JM Catchen, A Amores, P Hohenlohe, W Cresko, JH Postlethwait
G3: Genes| genomes| genetics 1 (3), 171-182, 2011
Stacks 2: Analytical methods for paired‐end sequencing improve RADseq‐based population genomics
NC Rochette, AG Rivera‐Colón, JM Catchen
Molecular ecology 28 (21), 4737-4754, 2019
Resolving postglacial phylogeography using high-throughput sequencing
KJ Emerson, CR Merz, JM Catchen, PA Hohenlohe, WA Cresko, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 107 (37), 16196-16200, 2010
The spotted gar genome illuminates vertebrate evolution and facilitates human-teleost comparisons
I Braasch, AR Gehrke, JJ Smith, K Kawasaki, T Manousaki, J Pasquier, ...
Nature genetics 48 (4), 427-437, 2016
Lost in parameter space: a road map for stacks
JR Paris, JR Stevens, JM Catchen
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8 (10), 1360-1373, 2017
Next‐generation RAD sequencing identifies thousands of SNPs for assessing hybridization between rainbow and westslope cutthroat trout
PA Hohenlohe, SJ Amish, JM Catchen, FW Allendorf, G Luikart
Molecular ecology resources 11, 117-122, 2011
Genome evolution and meiotic maps by massively parallel DNA sequencing: spotted gar, an outgroup for the teleost genome duplication
A Amores, J Catchen, A Ferrara, Q Fontenot, JH Postlethwait
Genetics 188 (4), 799-808, 2011
Deriving genotypes from RAD-seq short-read data using Stacks
NC Rochette, JM Catchen
Nature Protocols 12 (12), 2640-2659, 2017
The genome of the platyfish, Xiphophorus maculatus, provides insights into evolutionary adaptation and several complex traits
M Schartl, RB Walter, Y Shen, T Garcia, J Catchen, A Amores, I Braasch, ...
Nature genetics 45 (5), 567-572, 2013
Automated identification of conserved synteny after whole-genome duplication
JM Catchen, JS Conery, JH Postlethwait
Genome research 19 (8), 1497-1505, 2009
Winter storms drive rapid phenotypic, regulatory, and genomic shifts in the green anole lizard
SC Campbell-Staton, ZA Cheviron, N Rochette, J Catchen, JB Losos, ...
Science 357 (6350), 495-498, 2017
Unbroken: RADseq remains a powerful tool for understanding the genetics of adaptation in natural populations
JM Catchen, PA Hohenlohe, L Bernatchez, WC Funk, KR Andrews, ...
Molecular ecology resources 17 (3), 362-365, 2017
Evolution of stickleback in 50 years on earthquake-uplifted islands
EA Lescak, SL Bassham, J Catchen, O Gelmond, ML Sherbick, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (52), E7204-E7212, 2015
The gene history of zebrafish tlr4a and tlr4b is predictive of their divergent functions
C Sullivan, J Charette, J Catchen, CR Lage, G Giasson, JH Postlethwait, ...
The Journal of Immunology 183 (9), 5896-5908, 2009
The population structure and recent colonization history of O regon threespine stickleback determined using restriction‐site associated DNA‐sequencing
J Catchen, S Bassham, T Wilson, M Currey, C O'Brien, Q Yeates, ...
Molecular ecology 22 (11), 2864-2883, 2013
RAD cap: sequence capture of dual‐digest RAD seq libraries with identifiable duplicates and reduced missing data
SL Hoffberg, TJ Kieran, JM Catchen, A Devault, BC Faircloth, R Mauricio, ...
Molecular ecology resources 16 (5), 1264-1278, 2016
Evolution of a new function by degenerative mutation in cephalochordate steroid receptors
JT Bridgham, JE Brown, A Rodríguez-Marí, JM Catchen, JW Thornton
PLoS genetics 4 (9), e1000191, 2008
Parallel selection on thermal physiology facilitates repeated adaptation of city lizards to urban heat islands
SC Campbell-Staton, KM Winchell, NC Rochette, J Fredette, I Maayan, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (4), 652-658, 2020
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