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PUBLICATION LIST – NATHALIE FEINER

 

Feiner, N., Jackson, I.S.C., Van der Cruyssen, E. & Uller, T. 2021. A highly conserved ontogenetic limb allometry and its evolutionary significance in the adaptive radiation of Anolis lizards. Proc R Soc Lond B, in press

Yang, W., Feiner, N., Pinho, C., While, G.M., Kaliontzopoulou, A., Harris, D.J., Salvi, D. & Uller, T. 2021. Extensive introgression and mosaic genomes of Mediterranean endemic lizards. Nat Commun 12:2762

Feiner, N., Jackson, I.S.C., Stanley, E., & Uller, T. Evolution of the locomotor skeleton in Anolis lizards reflects the interplay between ecological opportunity and phylogenetic inertia. Nat Commun, 12:1525

Feiner, N., Brun-Usan, M., Uller, T. Evolvability and evolutionary rescue. Evol Dev, e12374

Feiner, N., Jackson, I.S.C., Munch, K. L., Radersma, R., & Uller, T. Plasticity and evolutionary convergence in the locomotor skeleton of Greater Antillean Anolis lizards. eLife, 9:e57468

Yang, W., Feiner, N., Laakkonen, H., Sacchi, R., Zuffi, M.A.L., Scali, S., While, G.M., Uller, T. Spatial variation in gene flow across a hybrid zone reveals causes of reproductive isolation and asymmetric introgression in wall lizards. Evolution 74:1289-1300

Feiner, N., de Souza-Lima, S., Jorge, F., Naem, S., Aubret, F., Uller, T. & Nadler S. Vertical transmission of a nematode from female lizards to the brains of their offspring. Am Nat 195:918-926

Feiner, N., Munch, K. L., Jackson, I. S. C., & Uller, T. Enhanced locomotor performance on familiar surfaces is uncoupled from morphological plasticity in Anolis lizards. J Exp Zool Part A, 2020: 1-11

Uller, T., Feiner, N., Radersma, R., Jackson, I. S. C. & Rago, A. Developmental plasticity and evolutionary explanations. Evol Dev 22:47-55

Feiner, N. Evolutionary lability in Hox cluster structure and gene expression in Anolis lizards. Evol Lett, 21:218-228

Feiner, N. & Wood, N.J. (2019) Lizards possess the most complete tetrapod Hox gene repertoire despite pervasive structural changes in Hox clusters. Evolution & Development, 21:218–228

Feiner, N., Motone, F., Meyer, A. & Kuraku, S. (2019) Asymmetric paralog evolution between the “cryptic” gene Bmp16 and its well-studied sister genes Bmp2 and Bmp4. Scientific Reports, 9:3136

Andrade, P., Pinho, C., Pérez I de Lanuza, G., Afonso, S., Brejcha, J., Rubin, C-J., Wallerman, O., Pereira, P., Sabatino, S.J., Bellati, A., Pellitteri-Rosa, D., Bosakova, Z., Bunikis, I., Carretero, M.A., Feiner, N., Marsik, P., Paupério, F., Salvi, D., Soler, L., While, G.M., Uller, T., Font, E., Andersson, L. & Carneiro, M. 2019 Regulatory changes in pterin and carotenoid genes underlie balanced color polymorphisms in the wall lizard. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 116:5633-5642

Feiner, N., Rago, A., While, G.M. & Uller, T. (2018) Developmental plasticity in reptiles: Insights from temperature‐dependent gene expression in wall lizard embryos. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative Physiology, 329:351-361

Feiner, N., Rago, A., While, G.M. & Uller, T. (2018) Signatures of selection in embryonic transcriptomes of lizards adapting in parallel to cool climate. Evolution, 72:67-81

Feiner, N. (2016) Accumulation of transposable elements in Hox gene clusters during adaptive radiation of Anolis lizards. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283:20161555

Kuraku, S., Feiner, N., Keeley, S. & Yuichiro, H. (2016) Incorporating tree-thinking and evolutionary time scale into developmental biology. Development, Growth & Differentiation 58:131–142

Feiner, N., Meyer, A. & Kuraku, S. (2014). Evolution of the vertebrate Pax4/6 class of genes with focus on its novel member, the Pax10 gene. Genome Biology and Evolution 6:1635-1651

Neumann, L.C., Feiner, N., Meyer, A., Buiting, K. & Horsthemke, B. (2014). The Imprinted NPAP1 Gene in the Prader-Willi Syndrome Region Belongs to a POM121-Related Family of Retrogenes. Genome Biology and Evolution 6: 344-351

Amemiya, C.T., … , Feiner, N., … and 81 co-authors (2013). Analysis of the African coelacanth genome sheds light on tetrapod evolution. Nature 496:311-316

Feiner, N., Murakami, Y., Breithut, L., Meyer, A. & Kuraku, S. (2013). Saltatory evolution of the ectodermal neural cortex (ENC) gene family at the vertebrate origin. Genome Biology and Evolution 5:1485-1502

Feiner, N., Ericsson, R., Meyer, A. & Kuraku, S. (2011). Revisiting the origin of the vertebrate Hox14 by including its relict sarcopterygian members. Journal of Experimental Zoology (Mol. Dev. Evol.) 316:515-525

Manousaki*, T., Feiner*, N., Begemann, G., Meyer, A. & Kuraku, S. (2011). Co-orthology of Pax4 and Pax6 to the fly eyeless gene: molecular phylogenetic, comparative genomic, and embryological analyses. Evolution & Development 13:448-459

Feiner, N., Begemann, G., Renz, A.J., Meyer, A. & Kuraku, S. (2009). The origin of bmp16, a novel Bmp2/4 relative, retained in teleost fish genomes. BMC Evolutionary Biology 9:277

 

* equal contribution