The Hahn Lab

 

Publications

  • 2017
  • Guerrero, R.F. and M.W. Hahn (in press) Speciation as a sieve for ancestral polymorphism. Molecular Ecology.

    Mendes, F.K. and M.W. Hahn (in press) Why concatenation fails near the anomaly zone. Systematic Biology.

    Miles, A...M.W. Hahn...et al. (in press) Natural diversity of the malaria vector Anopheles gambiae. Nature.

    Thomas, G.W.C, S.H. Ather, and M.W. Hahn (in press) Gene-tree reconciliation with MUL-trees to resolve polyploidy events. Systematic Biology.

    Adrion, J.R., M. Song, D.R. Schrider, M.W. Hahn, and S. Schaack (2017) Genome-wide estimates of transposable element insertion and deletion rates in Drosophila melanogaster. Genome Biology and Evolution 9:1329-1340. PDF

    Roda, F., F.K. Mendes, M.W. Hahn, and R. Hopkins (2017) Genomic evidence of gene flow during reinforcement in Texas Phlox. Molecular Ecology 26:2317-2330. PDF

    Thomas, G.W.C, M.W. Hahn, and Y. Hahn (2017) The effects of increasing the number of taxa on inferences of molecular convergence. Genome Biology and Evolution 9:213-221. PDF

    Broz, A.K., R.F. Guerrero, A.M. Randle, Y.S. Baek, M.W. Hahn, P.A. Bedinger (2017) Linking gene expression to unilateral pollen-pistil reproductive barriers. BMC Plant Biology 17:81. PDF

    Bromberg, Y., M.W. Hahn, and P. Radivojac (2017) Computational approaches to understanding the evolution of molecular function. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing 22:1-2. PDF

  • 2016
  • Mendes, F.K., Y. Hahn, and M.W. Hahn (2016) Gene tree discordance can generate patterns of diminishing convergence over time. Molecular Biology and Evolution 33:3299-3307. PDF

    Zhang, S.V., L. Zhuo, and M.W. Hahn (2016) AGOUTI: improving genome assembly and annotation using transcriptome data. GigaScience 5:31. PDF

    Mendes, F.K. and M.W. Hahn (2016) Gene tree discordance causes apparent substitution rate variation. Systematic Biology 65:711-721. PDF

    Pease, J.B., R.F. Guerrero, N.A. Sherman, M.W. Hahn, and L.C. Moyle (2016) Molecular mechanisms of postmating prezygotic reproductive isolation uncovered by transcriptome analysis. Molecular Ecology 25:2592-2608. PDF

    Rosenzweig, B.K., J.B. Pease, N.J. Besansky, and M.W. Hahn (2016) Powerful methods for detecting introgressed regions from population genomic data. Molecular Ecology 25:2387-2397. PDF

    Wen, D., Y. Yu, M.W. Hahn, and L. Nakhleh (2016) Reticulate evolutionary history and extensive introgression in mosquito species revealed by phylogenetic network analysis. Molecular Ecology 25:2361-2372. PDF

    Schrider, D.R., M.W. Hahn, and D.J. Begun (2016) Parallel evolution of copy-number variation across continents in Drosophila melanogaster. Molecular Biology and Evolution 33:1308-1316. PDF

    Guerrero, R.F., A.L. Posto, L.C. Moyle, and M.W. Hahn (2016) Genome-wide patterns of regulatory divergence revealed by introgression lines. Evolution 70:696-706. PDF

    Hall A.B., P.-A. Papathanos, A. Sharma, C. Cheng, O.S. Akbari, L.A. Assour, N.H. Bergman, A. Cagnetti, A. Crisanti, T. Dottorini, E. Fiorentini, R. Galizi, J. Hnath, X. Jiang, S. Koren, T. Nolan, D. Radune, M.V. Sharakhova, A. Steele, V.A. Timoshevskiy, N. Windbichler, S.V. Zhang, M.W. Hahn, A.M. Phillippy, S.J. Emrich, I.V. Sharakhov, Z. Tu, and N.J. Besansky (2016) Radical remodeling of the Y chromosome in a recent radiation of malaria mosquitoes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113:E2114-E2123. PDF

    Hahn, M.W. and L. Nakhleh (2016) Irrational exuberance for resolved species trees. Evolution 70:7-17. PDF

    Mallet, J., N.J. Besansky, and M.W. Hahn (2016) How reticulated are species? BioEssays 38:140-149. PDF

  • Pease, J.B., D.C. Haak, M.W. Hahn, and L.C. Moyle (2016) Phylogenomics reveals three sources of adaptive variation during a rapid radiation. PLoS Biology 14:e1002379. PDF
  • 2015
  • Muir, C.D. and M.W. Hahn (2015) The limited contribution of reciprocal gene loss to increased speciation rates following whole genome duplication. The American Naturalist. 185:70-86. PDF

    Warren W.C…G.W.C. Thomas, M.W. Hahn…et al. (2015) The genome of the vervet (Chlorocebus aethiops sabaeus). Genome Research. 25:1921-1933. PDF

    Cooper, B.S., C.R. Burrus, C. Ji, M.W. Hahn, and K.L. Montooth (2015) Similar efficacies of selection shape mitochondrial and nuclear genes in both Drosophila melanogaster and Homo sapiens. G3. 5:2165-2176. PDF

  • Pease, J.B. and M.W. Hahn (2015) Detection and polarization of introgression in a five-taxon phylogeny. Systematic Biology. 64:651-662. PDF

    Adrion, J.R., M.W. Hahn, and B.S. Cooper (2015) Revisiting classic clines in Drosophila melanogaster in the age of genomics. Trends in Genetics. 31:434-444. PDF

    Schrider, D.R., F.K. Mendes, M.W. Hahn, and A.D. Kern (2015) Soft shoulders ahead: spurious signatures of soft and partial selective sweeps result from linked hard sweeps. Genetics. 200:267-284. PDF

    Thomas, G.W.C. and M.W. Hahn (2015) Determining the null model for detecting adaptive convergence from genomic data: a case study using echolocating mammals. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 32:1232-1236. PDF

    Aganezov, S., N. Sitdykova, The Anopheles Genomes Cluster Consortium, and M.A. Alekseyev (2015) Scaffold assembly based on genome rearrangement analysis. Computational Biology and Chemistry. 57:46-53. PDF

    Foote, A.D., Y. Liu, G.W.C. Thomas, T. Vinar, J. Alföldi, J. Deng, S. Dugan, N. van Elk, V. Joshi, Z. Khan, C. Kovar, S.L. Lee, K. Lindblad-Toh, A. Mancia, R. Nielsen, X. Qin, J. Qu, B.J. Raney, N. Vijay, J.B.W. Wolf, M.W. Hahn, D.M. Muzny, K.C. Worley, M.T.P. Gilbert, R.A. Gibbs. (2015) Convergent evolution of the genomes of marine mammals. Nature Genetics. 47:272-275. PDF

  • Ramalho, R.F., S. Li, P. Radivojac, and M.W. Hahn (2016) Proteomic evidence for in-frame and out-of-frame alternatively spliced isoforms in human and mouse. IEEE-ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics. doi:10.1109/TCBB.2015.248006 PDF

    Neafsey, D.E….G.W.C. Thomas, M.W. Hahn…et al. (2015) Highly evolvable malaria vectors: the genomes of 16 Anopheles mosquitoes. Science. 347:1258522. PDF Supplementary Materials

    Fontaine, M.C., J.B. Pease, A. Steele, R.M. Waterhouse, D.E. Neafsey, I.V. Sharakhov, X. Jiang, A.B. Hall, F. Catteruccia, E. Kakani, S.N. Mitchell, Y.-C. Wu, H.A. Smith, R.R. Love, M.K.N. Lawniczak, M.A. Slotman, S.J. Emrich, M.W. Hahn, N.J. Besansky (2015) Extensive introgression in a malaria vector species complex revealed by phylogenomics. Science. 347:1258524. PDF Supplementary Materials

  • 2014
  • Denton, J.F., J. Lugo Martinez, A.E. Tucker, D.R. Schrider, W.C. Warren, and M.W. Hahn (2014) Extensive error in the number of genes inferred from draft genome assemblies. PLoS Computational Biology. 10:e1003998. PDF
  • Montague, M.J., G. Li, B. Gandolfi, R. Khan, B.L. Aken, S.M.J. Searle, P. Minx, L. Hillier, D. Kolboldt, B.W. Davis, C.A. Driscoll, C. Barr, K. Blackistone, J. Quilez, B. Lorente-Galdos, T. Marques-Bonet, C. Alkan, G.W.C. Thomas, M.W. Hahn, M. Menotti-Raymond, S.J. O’Brien, R.K. Wilson, L.A. Lyons, W.J. Murphy, and W.C. Warren (2014) Comparative analysis of the domestic cat genome reveals genetic signatures underlying feline biology and domestication.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 111:17230-17235. PDF

  • Carbone, L....G.W.C. Thomas, M.W. Hahn...et al. (2014) Gibbon genome and the fast karyotype evolution of small apes. Nature. 513:195-201. PDF
  • The Marmoset Genome Sequencing and Analysis Consortium (2014) The common marmoset genome provides insight into primate biology and evolution. Nature Genetics. 46:850-857. PDF
  • Cruickshank, T.C. and M.W. Hahn (2014) Reanalysis suggests that genomic islands of speciation are due to reduced diversity, not reduced gene flow. Molecular Ecology. 23:3133-3157. PDF
  • Bachtrog, D., J.E. Mank, C.L. Peichel, M. Kirkpatrick, S.P. Otto, T.-L. Ashman, M.W. Hahn, J. Kitano, I. Mayrose, R. Ming, N. Perrin, L. Ross, N. Valenzuela, and J.C. Vamosi. (2014) Sex determination: Why so many ways of doing it? PLoS Biology.12:e1001899. PDF
  • The Tree of Sex Consortium (2014) Tree of Sex: A database of sexual systems. Scientific Data. 1:140015. PDF
  • Cassone, B.J., C. Kamdem, C. Cheng, J.C. Tan, M.W. Hahn, C. Costantini, and N.J. Besansky (2014) Gene expression divergence between malaria vector sibling species Anopheles gambiae and An. coluzzii from rural and urban Yaounde Cameroon. Molecular Ecology. 23:2242-2259. PDF
  • Hahn, M.W., Zhang, S.V., and L.C. Moyle. (2014) Sequencing, assembling, and correcting draft genomes using recombinant populations. G3 4:669-679. PDF
  • Thomas, G.W.C. and M.W. Hahn (2014) The human mutation rate is increasing, even as it slows. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 31:253-257. PDF
  • 2013
  • Han, M.V., G.W.C. Thomas, J. Lugo-Martinez, and M.W. Hahn (2013) Estimating gene gain and loss rates in the presence of genome assembly and annotation error using CAFE 3. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 30:1987-1997. PDF
  • Schrider, D.R., D. Houle, M. Lynch, and M.W. Hahn (2013) Rates and genomic consequences of spontaneous mutational events in Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics. 194:937-954. PDF
  • Neafsey, D.E., G.K. Christophides, F.H. Collins, S.J. Emrich, M.C. Fontaine, W. Gelbart, M.W. Hahn, P.I. Howell, F.C. Kafatos, D. Lawson, M.A.T. Muskavitch, R.M. Waterhouse, L.J. Williams, and N.J. Besansky (2013) The evolution of the Anopheles 16 genomes project. G3. 3:1191-1194. PDF
  • Pease, J.B. and M.W. Hahn (2013) More accurate phylogenies inferred from low-recombination regions in the presence of incomplete lineage sorting. Evolution. 67:2376-2384. PDF
  • Schrider, D.R., F.C.P. Navarro, P.A.F. Galante, R.B. Parmigiani, A.A. Camargo, M.W. Hahn, and S.J. de Souza (2013) Gene copy-number polymorphism caused by retrotransposition in humans. PLoS Genetics. 9:e1003242. PDF
  • Schrider, D.R., D.J. Begun, and M.W. Hahn (2013) Detecting highly differentiated copy-number variants from pooled population sequencing. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing. 18:344-355. PDF
  • 2012
  • Casola, C., G.C. Conant, and M.W. Hahn (2012) Very low rate of gene conversion in the yeast genome. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 29:3817-3826. PDF
  • Langley, C.H., K.S. Stevens, C. Cardeno, Y.C.G. Lee, D.R. Schrider, J.E. Pool, S.A. Langley, C. Suarez, R. Detig-Corbett, B. Kolaczkowski, S. Fang, P.M. Nista, A.K. Holloway, A.D. Kern, C.N. Dewey, Y.S. Song, M.W. Hahn, and D.J. Begun (2012) Genomic variation in natural populations of Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics. 192:533-598. PDF
  • Pease, J.B. and M.W. Hahn (2012) Sex chromosomes evolved from independent ancestral linkage groups in winged insects. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 29:1645-1653. PDF
  • Cheng, C., B.J. White, C. Camdem, K. Mockaitis, C. Costantini, M.W. Hahn, and N.J. Besansky (2012) Ecological genomics of Anopheles gambiae along a latitudinal cline in Cameroon: a population resequencing approach. Genetics. 190:1417-1432. PDF
  • Casola, C., U. Zekonyte, A.D. Phillips, D.N. Cooper, and M.W. Hahn (2012) Interlocus gene conversion events introduce deleterious mutations in at least 1% of human genes associated with inherited disease. Genome Research. 22:429-435. PDF
  • Han, M.V. and M.W. Hahn (2012) Inferring the history of interchromosomal gene transposition in Drosophila using n-dimensional parsimony. Genetics. 190:813-825. PDF
  • Hahn, M.W., B.J. White, C.D. Muir, and N.J. Besansky (2012) No evidence for biased co-transmission of speciation islands in Anopheles gambiae. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 367:374-384. PDF
  • 2011
  • Schrider, D.R., K.A. Stevens, C.M. Cardeno, C.H. Langley, and M.W. Hahn (2011) Genome-wide analysis of retrogene polymorphisms in Drosophila melanogaster. Genome Research. 21:2087-2095. PDF
  • Toups, M.A., J.B. Pease, and M.W. Hahn (2011) No excess gene movement is detected off the avian or lepidopteran Z chromosome. Genome Biology and Evolution. 3:1381-1390. PDF
  • Schrider, D.R., J.-F. Gout, and M.W. Hahn (2011) Very few RNA and DNA sequence differences in the human transcriptome. PLoS ONE. 6:e25842. PDF
  • Nehrt, N.L., W.T. Clark, P. Radivojac, and M.W. Hahn (2011) Testing the ortholog conjecture with comparative functional genomic data from mammals. PLoS Computational Biology. 7:e1002073. PDF
  • Schrider, D.R., J.N. Hourmozdi, and M.W. Hahn (2011) Pervasive multinucleotide mutational events in eukaryotes. Current Biology. 21:1051-1054. PDF (includes Supplementary Materials)
  • Cassone, B.J., M.J. Molloy, C. Cheng, J.C. Tan, M.W. Hahn, and N.J.Besansky (2011) Divergent transcriptional response to thermal stress by Anopheles gambiae larvae carrying alternative arrangements of inversion 2La. Molecular Ecology. 20:2567-2580. PDF
  • Bentley, R.A. and M.W. Hahn (2011) Is there a "Neutral Theory of Anthropology"? Current Anthropology. 52:117-118. PDF
  • Locke, D.P....C. Casola, D.R. Schrider, M.W. Hahn...et al. (2011) Comparative and demographic analysis of orang-utan genomes. Nature. 469:529-533. PDF
  • 2010
  • Toups, M.A. and M.W. Hahn (2010) Retrogenes reveal the direction of sex-chromosome evolution in mosquitoes. Genetics. 186:763-766. PDF
  • Schrider, D.R. and M.W. Hahn (2010) Gene copy-number polymorphism in nature. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 277:3213-3221. PDF
  • Kostka, D., M.W. Hahn, and K.S. Pollard (2010) Non-coding sequences near duplicated genes evolve rapidly. Genome Biology and Evolution. 2:518-533 PDF
  • Moyle, L.C., C.D. Muir, M.V. Han, and M.W. Hahn (2010) The contribution of gene movement to the "Two Rules of Speciation". Evolution. 64:1541-1557. PDF
  • Casola, C., C.L. Ganote, and M.W. Hahn (2010) Nonallelic gene conversion in the genus Drosophila. Genetics. 185:95-103. PDF
  • Turner, T.L. and M.W. Hahn (2010) Genomic islands of speciation or genomic islands and speciation? Molecular Ecology. 19:848-850. PDF
  • Nuzhdin, S.V., A. Rachkova, and M.W. Hahn (2010) The strength of transcription-factor binding modulates co-variation in transcriptional networks. Trends in Genetics. 26:51-53. PDF
  • Schrider, D.R. and M.W. Hahn (2010) Lower linkage disequilibrium at CNVs is due to both recurrent mutation and transposing duplications. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 27:103-111. PDF
  • 2009
  • Schrider, D.R., J.C. Costello, and M.W. Hahn (2009) All human-specific gene losses are present in the genome as pseudogenes. Journal of Computational Biology. 16:1419-1427. PDF
  • Hahn, M.W. (2009) Distinguishing among evolutionary models for the maintenance of gene duplicates. Journal of Heredity. 100:605-617. PDF Correction
  • Meisel, R.P., M.V. Han, and M.W. Hahn (2009) A complex suite of forces drives gene traffic from Drosophila X chromosomes. Genome Biology and Evolution. 1:176-188. PDF
  • McGrath, C.L., C. Casola, and M.W. Hahn (2009) Minimal effect of ectopic gene conversion among recent duplicates in four mammalian genomes. Genetics. 182:615-622. PDF (includes Supplementary Materials)
  • Casola, C. and M.W. Hahn (2009) Gene conversion among paralogs results in moderate false detection of positive selection using likelihood methods. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 68:679-687. PDF
  • Han, M.V., J.P. Demuth, C.L. McGrath, C. Casola, and M.W. Hahn (2009) Adaptive evolution of young gene duplicates in mammals. Genome Research. 19:859-867. PDF
  • Demuth, J.P. and M.W. Hahn (2009) The life and death of gene families. BioEssays. 31:29-39. PDF
  • Han, M.V. and M.W. Hahn (2009) Identifying parent-daughter relationships among duplicated genes. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing. 14:114-125. PDF
  • 2008
  • Li, Y., J.C. Costello, A.K. Holloway, and M.W. Hahn (2008) "Reverse ecology" and the power of population genomics. Evolution. 62:2984-2994. PDF
  • Nuzhdin, S.V., D.M. Tufts, and M.W. Hahn (2008) Abundant genetic variation in transcript level during early Drosophila development. Evolution & Development. 10:683-689. PDF
  • Costello, J.C., M.V. Han, and M.W. Hahn (2008) Limitations of pseudogenes in identifying gene losses. Sixth Annual RECOMB Satellite Workshop on Comparative Genomics. pp. 14-25. PDF
  • Radivojac, P., P.H. Baenziger, M.G. Kann, M. Mort, M.W. Hahn, and S.D. Mooney (2008) Gain and loss of phosphorylation sites in human cancer. Bioinformatics. 24:i241-i247. PDF
  • Cassone, B.J., K. Mouline, M.W. Hahn, B.J. White, M. Pombi, F. Simard, C. Costantini, and N.J. Besansky (2008) Differential gene expression in incipient species of Anopheles gambiae. Molecular Ecology. 17:2491-2504. PDF
  • Hahn, M.W. (2008) Toward a selection theory of molecular evolution. Evolution. 62:255-265. PDF
  • 2007
  • White, B.J., M.W. Hahn, M. Pombi, B.J. Cassone, N.F. Lobo, F. Simard, and N.J. Besansky (2007) Localization of candidate regions maintaining a common polymorphic inversion (2La) in Anopheles gambiae. PLoS Genetics. 3:e197. PDF
  • Hahn, M.W., J.P. Demuth, and S.-G. Han (2007) Accelerated rate of gene gain and loss in primates. Genetics. 177:1941-1949. PDF
  • Hahn, M.W., M.V. Han, and S.-G. Han (2007) Gene family evolution across 12 Drosophila genomes. PLoS Genetics. 3:e197. PDF
  • Begun, D.J., A.K. Holloway, K. Stephens, L.W. Hillier, Y.-P. Poh, M.W. Hahn, P.M. Nista, C.D. Jones, A.D. Kern, C. Dewey, L. Pachter, E. Myers, and C.H. Langley (2007) Population genomics: whole-genome analysis of polymorphism and divergence in Drosophila simulans. PLoS Biology. 5:e310. PDF
  • Drosophila Comparative Genome Sequencing and Analysis Consortium (2007) Evolution of genes and genomes in the context of the Drosophila phylogeny. Nature. 450:203-218. PDF
  • Stark, A., M.F. Lin, P. Kheradpour, J.S. Pedersen, L. Parts, J.W. Carlson, M.A. Crosby, M.D. Rasmussen, S. Roy, A.N. Deoras, J.G. Ruby, J. Brennecke, Harvard FlyBase curators, Berkeley Drosophila Genome Project, E. Hodges, A.S. Hinrichs, A. Caspi, B. Paten, S.-W. Park, M.V. Han, M.L. Maeder, B.J. Polansky, B.E. Robson, S. Aerts, J. van Helden, B. Hassan, D.G. Gilbert, D.A. Eastman, M. Rice, M. Weir, M.W. Hahn, Y. Park, C.N. Dewey, L. Pachter, W.J. Kent, D. Haussler, E.C. Lai, D.P. Bartel, G.J. Hannon, T.C. Kaufman, M.B. Eisen, A.G. Clark, D. Smith, S.E. Celniker, W.M. Gelbart, and M. Kellis (2007) Discovery of functional elements in 12 Drosophila genomes using evolutionary signatures. Nature. 450:219-232. PDF
  • Turner, T.L. and M.W. Hahn (2007) Locus- and population-specific selection and differentiation between incipient species of Anopheles gambiae. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 24:2132-2138. PDF
  • Hahn, M.W. (2007) Bias in phylogenetic tree reconciliation methods: implications for vertebrate genome evolution. Genome Biology. 8:R141 PDF
  • Rhesus Macaque Genome Sequencing and Analysis Consortium (2007) Evolutionary and biomedical insights from the Rhesus Macaque genome sequence. Science. 316:222-234. PDF Supplementary Materials
  • Bentley, R.A., C.P. Lipo, H.A. Herzog, and M.W. Hahn (2007) Regular rates of popular culture change reflect random copying. Evolution and Human Behavior. 28:151-158. PDF
  • Hahn, M.W. (2007) Detecting natural selection on cis-regulatory DNA. Genetica. 129:7-18. PDF
  • 2006
  • Demuth, J.P., T. De Bie, J.E. Stajich, N. Cristianini, and M.W. Hahn (2006) The evolution of mammalian gene families. PLoS ONE. 1:e85. PDF PLoS ONE
  • Hahn, M.W. (2006) Accurate inference and estimation in population genomics. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 23:911-918. PDF
  • De Bie, T., N. Cristianini, J.P. Demuth, and M.W. Hahn (2006) CAFE: a computational tool for the study of gene family evolution. Bioinformatics. 22:1269-1271. PDF
  • 2005
  • Rockman, M.V., M.W. Hahn, N. Soranzo, F. Zimprich, D.B. Goldstein, and G.A. Wray (2005) Ancient and recent positive selection transformed opioid cis-regulation in humans. PLoS Biology. 3:e387. PDF Supplementary Materials
  • Hahn, M.W., T. De Bie, J.E. Stajich, C. Nguyen, and N. Cristianini (2005) Estimating the tempo and mode of gene family evolution from comparative genomic data. Genome Research. 15:1153-1160. PDF Supplementary Materials
  • Turner, T.L., M.W. Hahn, and S.V. Nuzhdin (2005) Genomic islands of speciation in Anopheles gambiae. PLoS Biology. 3:e285. PDF Supplementary Materials
  • Hahn, M.W. and G.C. Lanzaro (2005) Female-biased gene expression in the malaria mosquito Anopheles gambiae. Current Biology. 15:192-193. PDF (includes Supplementary data)
  • Hahn, M.W. and A.D. Kern (2005) Comparative genomics of centrality and essentiality in three eukaryotic protein-interaction networks. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 22:803-806. PDF Supplementary Materials
  • Hahn, M.W., J.G. Mezey, D.J. Begun, J.H. Gillespie, A.D. Kern, C.H. Langley, and L.C. Moyle (2005) Codon bias and selection on single genomes. Nature. 433:E5-E6. PDF
  • Stajich, J.E. and M.W. Hahn (2005) Disentangling the effects of demography and selection in human history. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 22:63-73. PDF
  • 2004
  • Rockman, M.V., M.W. Hahn, D. Loisel, N. Soranzo, D.B. Goldstein, and G.A. Wray (2004) Positive selection on MMP3 regulation has shaped heart disease risk. Current Biology. 14:1531-1539. PDF
  • Hahn, M.W., M.V. Rockman, N. Soranzo, D.B. Goldstein, and G.A. Wray (2004) Population genetic and phylogenetic evidence for positive selection on regulatory mutations at the Factor VII locus in humans. Genetics. 167:867-877. PDF
  • Bentley, R.A., M.W. Hahn, and S.J. Shennan (2004) Random drift and culture change. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B. 271:1443-1450. PDF
  • Hahn, M.W. and S.V. Nuzhdin (2004) The fixation of malaria refractoriness in mosquitoes. Current Biology. 14:264-265. PDF (includes Supplementary data)
  • Herzog, H.A., R.A. Bentley, and M.W. Hahn (2004) Random drift and large shifts in the popularity of dog breeds. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B, Biology Letters. 271:S353-S356. PDF
  • Hahn, M.W., G. Conant, and A. Wagner (2004) Molecular evolution in large genetic networks: Does connectivity equal constraint? Journal of Molecular Evolution. 58:203-211. PDF
  • 2003
  • Rockman, M.V., M.W. Hahn, N. Soranzo, D.B. Goldstein, and G.A. Wray (2003) Positive selection on a human-specific transcription factor binding site regulating IL4 expression. Current Biology 13:2118-2123. PDF
  • Hahn, M.W. and R.A. Bentley (2003) Drift as a mechanism for cultural change: An example from baby names. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B, Biology Letters, 270:S120-S123. PDF
  • Wray, G. A., M.W. Hahn, E. Abouheif, J. P. Balhoff, M. Pizer, M. V. Rockman, and L. Romano (2003). The evolution of transcriptional regulation in eukaryotes. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 20:1377-1419. PDF
  • Hahn, M.W., J.E. Stajich, and G.A. Wray (2003) The effects of selection against spurious transcription factor binding sites. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 20:901-906. PDF
  • 2002
  • Hahn, M.W. and G.A. Wray (2002) The G-value paradox. Evolution and Development. 4:73-75. PDF
  • Tiffin, P. and M.W. Hahn (2002) Coding sequence divergence between two closely related plant species: Arabidopsis thaliana and Brassica rapa ssp. pekinensis. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 54:746-753. PDF
  • Hahn, M.W., M.D. Rausher, and C.W. Cunningham (2002) Distinguishing between selection and population expansion in an experimental lineage of bacteriophage T7. Genetics. 161:11-20. PDF

 

Post-doc and Student Publications

  • Des Marais, D.L., R.F. GUERRERO, J.R. Lasky, and S.V. Scarpino (2017) Topological features of a gene co-expression network predict patterns of natural diversity in environmental response. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 284:20170914.

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