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Sian M Bray
Sian M Bray
Assistant Professor of Bioinformatics, University of Nottingham
Verified email at nottingham.ac.uk
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The'Polyploid Hop': shifting challenges and opportunities over the evolutionary lifespan of genome duplications
P Baduel, S Bray, M Vallejo-Marin, F Kolář, L Yant
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 2018
1392018
End-resection at DNA double-strand breaks in the three domains of life
JK Blackwood, NJ Rzechorzek, SM Bray, JD Maman, L Pellegrini, ...
Biochemical Society transactions 41 (1), 314-320, 2013
612013
The proteasome controls ESCRT-III–mediated cell division in an archaeon
G Tarrason Risa, F Hurtig, S Bray, AE Hafner, L Harker-Kirschneck, ...
Science 369 (6504), eaaz2532, 2020
592020
Fluctuating selection on migrant adaptive sodium transporter alleles in coastal Arabidopsis thaliana
DES Silvia Busoms, Pirita Paajanen, Sarah Marburger, Sian Bray, Xin-Yuan ...
PNAS, 2018
56*2018
Convergent evolution in Arabidopsis halleri and Arabidopsis arenosa on calamine metalliferous soils
V Preite, C Sailer, L Syllwasschy, S Bray, H Ahmadi, U Krämer, L Yant
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1777), 20180243, 2019
492019
Structure of the hexameric HerA ATPase reveals a mechanism of translocation-coupled DNA-end processing in archaea
NJ Rzechorzek, JK Blackwood, SM Bray, JD Maman, L Pellegrini, ...
Nature communications 5 (1), 5506, 2014
482014
Involvement of a eukaryotic-like ubiquitin-related modifier in the proteasome pathway of the archaeon Sulfolobus acidocaldarius
RS Anjum, SM Bray, JK Blackwood, ML Kilkenny, MA Coelho, BM Foster, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 8163, 2015
382015
Parallel adaptation in autopolyploid Arabidopsis arenosa is dominated by repeated recruitment of shared alleles
V Konečná, S Bray, J Vlček, M Bohutínská, D Požárová, RR Choudhury, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 4979, 2021
362021
Hybrids and horizontal transfer: introgression allows adaptive allele discovery
R Schmickl, S Marburger, S Bray, L Yant
Journal of Experimental Botany, 2017
352017
Novelty and convergence in adaptation to whole genome duplication
M Bohutínská, M Alston, P Monnahan, T Mandáková, S Bray, P Paajanen, ...
Molecular Biology and Evolution 38 (9), 3910-3924, 2021
262021
Modes of action of the archaeal Mre11/Rad50 DNA-repair complex revealed by fast-scan atomic force microscopy
E Zabolotnaya, I Mela, MJ Williamson, SM Bray, SK Yau, D Papatziamou, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (26), 14936-14947, 2020
222020
Proteasome-mediated protein degradation resets the cell division cycle and triggers ESCRT-III-mediated cytokinesis in an archaeon
GT Risa, F Hurtig, S Bray, AE Hafner, L Harker-Kirschneck, P Faull, ...
BioRxiv, 774273, 2019
142019
Convergence and novelty in adaptation to whole genome duplication in three independent polyploids
SM Bray, EM Wolf, M Zhou, S Busoms, M Bohutínská, P Paajanen, ...
BioRXiv, 2020.03. 31.017939, 2020
62020
On the Meaning of Averages in Genome-wide Association Studies: What Should Come Next?
C Rauch, J Wattis, S Bray
Organisms. Journal of Biological Sciences 6 (1), 7-22, 2023
32023
Genomic novelty versus convergence in the basis of adaptation to whole genome duplication
M Bohutínská, M Alston, P Monnahan, S Bray, P Paajanen, F Kolář, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
32020
Kinetochore and ionomic adaptation to whole genome duplication
SM Bray, T Hämälä, M Zhou, S Busoms, S Fischer, SD Desjardins, ...
BioRxiv, 2023.09. 27.559727, 2023
22023
GIFT: new method for the genetic analysis of small gene effects involving small sample sizes
C Rauch, P Kyratzi, S Blott, S Bray, J Wattis
Physical Biology 20 (1), 016001, 2022
22022
Analysis of phenotype-genotype associations using genomic informational field theory (GIFT)
JAD Wattis, SM Bray, P Kyratzi, C Rauch
Journal of Theoretical Biology 548, 111198, 2022
22022
Analysis of genotype–phenotype association using fields and information theory
J Wattis, S Bray, P Kyratzi, C Rauch
arXiv Prepr arXiv220211989, 2022
12022
FIT-GWA: A new method for the genetic analysis of small gene effects, high precision in phenotype measurements and small sample sizes
C Rauch, S Blott, P Kyratzi, S Bray, J Wattis
bioRxiv, 2022
12022
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