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    • Widespread conservation and lineage-specific diversification of genome-wide DNA methylation patterns across arthropods 

      Lewis, Samuel H.; Ross, Laura; Bain, Stevie A.; Pahita, Eleni; Smith, Stephen A.; Cordaux, Richard; Miska, Eric A.; Lenhard, Boris; Jiggins, Francis M.; Sarkies, Peter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Cytosine methylation is an ancient epigenetic modification yet its function and extent within genomes is highly variable across eukaryotes. In mammals, methylation controls transposable elements and regulates the promoters ...
    • Xenacoelomorpha's significance for understanding bilaterian evolution 

      Hejnol, Andreas; Pang, Kevin Scott (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016-08)
      The Xenacoelomorpha, with its phylogenetic position as sister group of the Nephrozoa (Protostomia + Deuterostomia), plays a key-role in understanding the evolution of bilaterian cell types and organ systems. Current studies ...