Browsing publications by Professor T. Martin Embley

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Professor Robert Hirt
Dr Cecilia Alsmark
Professor T. Martin Embley
Lateral gene transfers and the origins of the eukaryote proteome: a view from microbial parasites2015
Dr Peter Foster
Professor T. Martin Embley
Analyses of Charophyte Chloroplast Genomes Help Characterize the Ancestral Chloroplast Genome of Land Plants2014
Dr Tom Williams
Professor T. Martin Embley
Archaeal "Dark Matter" and the Origin of Eukaryotes2014
Dr Sarah Heaps
Dr Tom Nye
Professor Richard Boys
Dr Tom Williams
Professor T. Martin Embley
et al.
Bayesian modelling of compositional heterogeneity in molecular phylogenetics2014
Dr Peter Foster
Professor T. Martin Embley
Compositional Biases among Synonymous Substitutions Cause Conflict between Gene and Protein Trees for Plastid Origins2014
Professor T. Martin Embley
Conflicting Phylogenies for Early Land Plants are Caused by Composition Biases among Synonymous Substitutions2014
Dr Eva Heinz
Dr Paul Dean
Dr Alina Goldberg Cavalleri
Sirintra Nakjang
Dr Alison Gregory
et al.
Plasma Membrane-Located Purine Nucleotide Transport Proteins are Key Components for Host Exploitation by Microsporidian Intracellular Parasites2014
Dr Paul Dean
Dr Peter Major
Sirintra Nakjang
Professor Robert Hirt
Professor T. Martin Embley
et al.
Transport proteins of parasitic protists and their role in nutrient salvage2014
Dr Tom Williams
Dr Peter Foster
Professor T. Martin Embley
An archaeal origin of eukaryotes supports only two primary domains of life2013
Dr Cecilia Alsmark
Sirintra Nakjang
Professor T. Martin Embley
Professor Robert Hirt
Patterns of prokaryotic lateral gene transfers affecting parasitic microbial eukaryotes2013
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