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Gene regulation and morphogenesis

Dr Isabel Almudi
Evolutionary novelties at the origin of winged insects
Dr Isabel Almudi
Researcher associated to Dr Fernando Casares, CSIC

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Five relevant publications

  • Almudi I#, Martín-Blanco C, García-Fernandez I, López-Catalina A, Davie K, Aerts S, Casares F#: Establishment of the mayfly Cloeon dipterum as a new model system to investigate insect evolution (2019). EvoDevo 10 (1), 6.
  • Almudi, I*#. and Pascual-Anaya, J*#. How do morphological novelties evolve? Novel approaches to define novel morphologies. In: Martín-Duran, J.M. and Vellutini B.C. (eds) Old questions and young approaches to animal evolution. Springer International Publishing. In press
  • Faden, F., Ramezani, T., Mielke, S., Almudi, I., Nairz, K., Froehlich, M.S., Höckendorff, J., Brandt, W., Hoehenwarter, W., Dohmen, R.J., et al. (2016). Phenotypes on demand via switchable target protein degradation in multicellular organisms. Nature Communications 7, 12202.
  • Arif, S.*, Murat, S*., Almudi, I., Nunes, M.D., Bortolamiol-Becet, D., McGregor, N.S., Currie, J.M., Hughes, H., Ronshaugen, M., Sucena, E., et al. (2013). Evolution of mir-92a underlies natural morphological variation in Drosophila melanogaster. Curr Biol 23, 523-528.
  • Almudi, I., Corominas, M., and Serras, F. (2010). Competition between SOCS36E and Drk modulates Sevenless receptor tyrosine kinase activity. J Cell Sci 123, 3857-3862.
# corresponding author, * equally contributed

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