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Samuel Towarnicki
Samuel Towarnicki
Research Associate, University of New South Wales
Verified email at unsw.edu.au
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Mitochondria, the gut microbiome and ROS
JWO Ballard, SG Towarnicki
Cellular Signalling 75, 109737, 2020
702020
Genotype to phenotype: diet-by-mitochondrial DNA haplotype interactions drive metabolic flexibility and organismal fitness
WC Aw, SG Towarnicki, RG Melvin, NA Youngson, MR Garvin, Y Hu, ...
PLoS Genetics 14 (11), e1007735, 2018
502018
Chromosome-length genome assembly and structural variations of the primal Basenji dog (Canis lupus familiaris) genome
RJ Edwards, MA Field, JM Ferguson, O Dudchenko, J Keilwagen, ...
BMC genomics 22 (1), 1-19, 2021
282021
Assessing bioenergetic functions from isolated mitochondria in Drosophila melanogaster
WC Aw, R Bajracharya, SG Towarnicki, JWO Ballard
Journal of Biological Methods 3 (2), 2016
212016
Drosophila mitotypes determine developmental time in a diet and temperature dependent manner
SG Towarnicki, JWO Ballard
Journal of insect physiology 100, 133-139, 2017
132017
Yin and Yang of mitochondrial ROS in Drosophila
SG Towarnicki, LM Kok, JWO Ballard
Journal of insect physiology 122, 104022, 2020
102020
Mitotype Interacts With Diet to Influence Longevity, Fitness, and Mitochondrial Functions in Adult Female Drosophila
SG Towarnicki, JWO Ballard
Frontiers in genetics 9, 593, 2018
82018
Towards understanding the evolutionary dynamics of mtDNA
SG Towarnicki, JWO Ballard
Mitochondrial DNA Part A 31 (8), 355-364, 2020
32020
Ancestral dietary change alters the development of Drosophila larvae through MAPK signalling
SG Towarnicki, NA Youngson, SM Corley, JC St. John, RG Melvin, ...
Fly 16 (1), 298-310, 2022
22022
The selective advantage of mitochondrial DNA: Mitotype by diet interactions influence organismal fitness and longevity
S Towarnicki
UNSW Sydney, 2019
2019
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