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  1. Animal mitochondria play a central role in energy production in the cells through the oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) pathway. Recent studies of selection on different mitochondrial OXPHOS genes have reveal...

    Authors: Asma Awadi, Hichem Ben Slimen, Helmut Schaschl, Felix Knauer and Franz Suchentrunk
    Citation: BMC Ecology and Evolution 2021 21:100
  2. In Europe, golden jackals (Canis aureus) have been expanding their range out of the southern and southeastern Balkans towards central Europe continually since the 1960s. Here, we investigated the level of functio...

    Authors: Milomir Stefanović, Duško Ćirović, Neda Bogdanović, Felix Knauer, Miklós Heltai, László Szabó, József Lanszki, Chavdar Dinev Zhelev, Helmut Schaschl and Franz Suchentrunk
    Citation: BMC Ecology and Evolution 2021 21:122
  3. In mammals, males typically have shorter lives than females. This difference is thought to be due to behavioural traits which enhance competitive abilities, and hence male reproductive success, but impair surv...

    Authors: Helmut Schaschl, Franz Suchentrunk, David L Morris, Hichem Ben Slimen, Steve Smith and Walter Arnold
    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2012 12:20
  4. The editors of BMC Evolutionary Biology would like to thank all our reviewers who have contributed to the journal in Volume 15 (2015).

    Authors: Christopher Foote
    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2016 16:54
  5. Recent human transcriptomic analyses revealed a very large number of testis-enriched genes, many of which are involved in spermatogenesis. This comprehensive transcriptomic data lead us to the question whether...

    Authors: Helmut Schaschl and Bernard Wallner
    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2020 20:27
  6. The evolutionary highly conserved neurohypophyseal hormones oxytocin and arginine vasopressin play key roles in regulating social cognition and behaviours. The effects of these two peptides are meditated by th...

    Authors: Helmut Schaschl, Susanne Huber, Katrin Schaefer, Sonja Windhager, Bernard Wallner and Martin Fieder
    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2015 15:85
  7. Mitotic recombination is important for inactivating tumour suppressor genes by copy-neutral loss of heterozygosity (LOH). Although meiotic recombination maps are plentiful, little is known about mitotic recomb...

    Authors: Kimberley Howarth, Susanna Ranta, Eitan Winter, Ana Teixeira, Helmut Schaschl, John J Harvey, Andrew Rowan, Angela Jones, Sarah Spain, Susan Clark, Thomas Guenther, Aengus Stewart, Andrew Silver and Ian Tomlinson
    Citation: BMC Medical Genetics 2009 10:54
  8. Recent studies of selection on mitochondrial (mt) OXPHOS genes suggest adaptation due mainly to environmental variation. In this context, Tunisian hares that display several external phenotypes with phylogenet...

    Authors: Hichem Ben Slimen, Helmut Schaschl, Felix Knauer and Franz Suchentrunk
    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:46
  9. Females can potentially assess the quality of potential mates using their secondary sexual traits, and obtain "good genes" that increase offspring fitness. Another potential indirect benefit from mating prefer...

    Authors: Matteo Griggio, Clotilde Biard, Dustin J Penn and Herbert Hoi
    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:44
  10. Different population trajectories are expected to impact the signature of neutral and adaptive processes at multiple levels, challenging the assessment of the relative roles of different microevolutionary forc...

    Authors: Rita G. Rocha, Vanessa Magalhães, José V. López-Bao, Wessel van der Loo, Luis Llaneza, Francisco Alvares, Pedro J. Esteves and Raquel Godinho
    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2019 19:90
  11. Genes of the Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) are essential for adaptive immune response in vertebrates, as they encode receptors that recognize peptides derived from the processing of intracellular (MHC...

    Authors: Piotr Minias, Ewa Pikus and Dariusz Anderwald
    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2019 19:2