Tag Archives: Mark van Passel

Rates of lateral gene transfer: high but why?

I just had a paper out which was an enlightening experience to write. Along with three Dutch co-authors, it was mainly a collaboration with Adam Eyre-Walker at Sussex (see this previous post). The manuscript morphed from a data paper into … Continue reading

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Bacteria vs. Animals

I mentioned a manuscript in a recent post written together with ECEHH colleague Will Stahl-Timmins on ‘The Secret Lives of Bacteria’. In this post, I wanted to highlight one of the figures from this paper highlighting the relationship between mass, … Continue reading

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ODoSE: a webserver for genome-wide calculation of adaptive divergence in prokaryotes

I just published a paper on a user-friendly webserver for prokaryote genomics analysis with colleagues from the universities of Sussex, Wageningen and Nijmegen. The webserver is available here and the paper is freely accessible at the PLoS ONE website. From … Continue reading

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