Magwene Lab


  • Gonzales, K., Ö. Kayikçi, D. G Schaeffer, amd P. M. Magwene. 2013. Modeling mutant phenotypes and oscillatory dynamics in the Saccharomyces cerevisiae cAMP-PKA pathway. BMC Systems Biology, 7:40. [Website]

  • Granek, J. A., D. Murray, Ö. Kayıkçı, and P. M. Magwene. 2013. The genetic architecture of biofilm formation in a clinical isolate of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Genetics, 193(2): 587-600. [Website]

  • Magwene, P. M. and J. J. Socha. 2012. Biomechanics of turtle shells: How whole shells fail in compression. J. Exp. Zool. [Early Access]

  • Magwene, P. M., J. H. Willis, and J. K. Kelly. 2011. The statistics of bulk segregant analysis using next-generation sequencing. PLoS Computational Biology 7(11): e1002255. [Website]

  • Granek, J. A., Ö. Kayıkçı, and P. M. Magwene. 2011. Pleiotropic signaling pathways orchestrate yeast development. Current Opinion in Microbiology, 14(6):676-681. [Website]

  • Lee, H. N., P. M. Magwene, and R. B. Brem. 2011. Natural genetic variation in CDC28 underlies morphological phenotypes in an environmental yeast isolate. Genetics, 188(3):723-730. [Website]

  • Magwene, P. M., Ö. Kayıkçı, J.A. Granek, J.M. Reininga, Z. Scholl, and D. Murray. 2011. Outcrossing, mitotic recombination, and life-history tradeoffs shape genome evolution in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 108(5):1987-1992. [Website]

  • Granek, J. A. and P. M. Magwene. 2010. Environmental and genetic determinants of colony morphology in yeast. PLoS Genetics, 6(1): e1000823. [Website].

  • Munger, S. C. , D. L. Aylor, H. A. Syed, P. M. Magwene, D. W. Threadgill, and B. Capel. 2009. Elucidation of the transcription network governing mammalian sex determination by exploiting strain-specific susceptibility to sex reversal. Genes and Development 23(21): 2521-2536. [Website].

  • Magwene, P. M. 2009. Statistical methods for studying modularity: A reply to Mitteroecker and Bookstein. Systematic Biology 58(1):146-149. [Website].

  • Magwene, P. M. 2008. Using correlation proximity graphs to study phenotypic integration. Evol. Biol. doi: 10.1007/s11692-008-9030-y. [Website].

  • Magwene, P. M. 2006. Integration and modularity in biological systems: A review. Acta Zoologica Sinica. 52(Supp. 1):490-493 [Website].

  • Magwene, P. M. and J. Kim. 2004. Estimating genomic co-expression networks using first-order conditional independence. Genome Biology 5(12):R100. [Open Access Article], [PDF].

  • Kim, J. and P. M. Magwene. 2004. Computational challenges for integrative genomics. Genomics and Informatics 2(1):7-18. [PDF].

  • Stearns, S. C. and P. M. Magwene. 2003. The naturalist in a world of genomics. American Naturalist 161(2):171-180. [Amnat Abstract], [PDF].

  • Magwene, P. M., P. Lizardi, and J. Kim. 2003. Reconstructing the temporal ordering of biological samples using microarray data. Bioinformatics 19(7):842-850. [Pubmed Abstract], [PDF].

For software and datasets see:

  • Magwene, P. M. 2001. New tools for studying integration and modularity. Evolution 55(9):1734-1745. [Pubmed Abstract], [PDF].

  • Magwene, P. M. 2001. Comparing ontogenetic trajectories using growth process data. Systematic Biology 50(5):640-656. [Pubmed Abstract], [PDF].

  • Chernoff, B. and P. M. Magwene. 1999. Morphological Integration: Forty Years Later. Pp. 319-353 in Olsen, E. C. and R. L. Miller. Morphological Integration. University of Chicago Press.

  • Sereno, P.C. and D.B. Dutheil, M. Iarochene, H. Larrson, G. Lyon, P. Magwene, C. Sidor, D. Varricchio, and J. Wilson. 1996. Predatory dinosaurs from the Sahara and late Cretaceous faunal differntiation. Science 272:986-991. [Pubmed Abstract]

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    Website for the laboratory of Paul Magwene in the Dept. of Biology, Duke University.