Preprints

Preprint articles, posted in advance of peer-reviewed versions.

6) Koutsovoulos G.D., Poullet M., El Ashry A., Kozlowski D.K., Sallet E., Da Rocha M., Martin-Jimenez C., Perfus-Barbeoch L., Frey J-E, Ahrens C., Kiewnick S.*, Danchin E.G.J.* The polyploid genome of the mitotic parthenogenetic root knot nematode Meloidogyne enterolobii. bioRxiv. 2019 (View Online). *co-last authors

5) Busch A., Danchin E.G.J., Pauchet Y. Functional analyses of the horizontally acquired Phytophaga glycoside hydrolase family 45 (GH45) proteins reveal distinct functional characteristics. bioRxiv. 2018 (View Online). -> Now published in BMC Evolutionary Biology

4) G.D. Koutsovoulos, E. Marques, M.-J. Arguel, L. Duret, A.C.Z. Machado, R.M.D.G. Carneiro, D.K. Kozlowski, M. Bailly-Bechet, P. Castagnone-Sereno, E.V.S. Albuquerque*, E.G.J. Danchin*. Population genomics supports clonal reproduction and multiple gains and losses of parasitic abilities in the most devastating nematode plant pest. bioRxiv. 2018 (View Online). *equal contribution. -> Now peer-reviewed and recommended in PCI Evolutionary Biology

3) Rancurel, C., Legrand, L., Danchin, E.G.J. Alienness: Rapid Detection of Candidate Horizontal Gene Transfers across the Tree of Life. Preprints 2017, 2017080107 (doi: 10.20944/preprints201708.0107.v1). (View Online). ->Now published in Genes

2) Schiffer PH, Danchin EGJ, Burnell AM, Schiffer AM, Creevey C, Wong S, Dix I,  O’Mahony G, Culleton BA, Rancurel C, Stier G, Martinez-Salazar EA, Marconi A, Trivedi U, Kroiher M, Thorne MAS, Schierenberg E, Wiehe T, Blaxter M. Signatures of the evolution of parthenogenesis and cryptobiosis in the genomes of panagrolaimid nematodes. bioRxiv. 2017 (View Online). -> Now accepted in iScience

1) Blanc-Mathieu R., Perfus-Babeoch L., Aury JM., Da Rocha M., Gouzy J., Sallet E., Martin-Jimenez C., Castagnone-Sereno P., Flot JF., Kozlowski D., Cazareth J., Couloux A., Da Silva C., Guy J., Rancurel C., Schiex T., Abad P., Wincker P., Danchin E.G.J. Peculiar hybrid genomes of devastating plant pests promote plasticity in the absence of sex and meiosis. bioRxiv. 2016 (View Online). -> Now published in PLoS Genetics