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Bush, S. J., Kover, P. X. and Urrutia, A. O., 2015. Lineage-specific sequence evolution and exon edge conservation partially explain the relationship between evolutionary rate and expression level in A. thaliana. Molecular Ecology, 24 (12), pp. 3093-3106.
Porazinski, S., Wang, H., Asaoka, Y., Behrndt, M., Miyamoto, T., Morita, H., Hata, S., Sasaki, T., Krens, S. F. G., Osada, Y., Asaka, S., Momoi, A., Linton, S., Miesfeld, J. B., Link, B. A., Senga, T., Castillo-Morales, A., Urrutia, A. O., Shimizu, N., Nagase, H., Matsuura, S., Bagby, S., Kondoh, H., Nishina, H., Heisenberg, C. P. and Furutani-Seiki, M., 2015. YAP is essential for tissue tension to ensure vertebrate 3D body shape. Nature, 521 (7551), pp. 217-221.
Chen, L., Bush, S.J., Tovar-Corona, J.M., Castillo Morales, A. and Urrutia, A.O., 2014. Correcting for differential transcript coverage reveals a strong relationship between alternative splicing and organism complexity. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 31 (6), pp. 1402-1413.
Bush, S. J., Castillo Morales, A., Tovar-Corona, J. M., Chen, L., Kover, P. X. and Urrutia, A. O., 2014. Presence-absence variation in A. thaliana is primarily associated with genomic signatures consistent with relaxed selective constraints. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 31 (1), pp. 59-69.
Zhang, Y., Castillo Morales, A., Jiang, M., Zhu, Y., Hu, L., Urrutia, A. O., Kong, X. and Hurst, L. D., 2013. Genes that escape X-inactivation in humans have high intraspecific variability in expression, are associated with mental impairment but are not slow evolving. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 30 (12), pp. 2588-2601.
Castillo Morales, A., Monzón Sandoval, J., Urrutia, A. O. and Gutierrez, H., 2013. Increased brain size in mammals is associated with size variations in gene families with cell signalling, chemotaxis and immune-related functions. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 281 (1775), p. 20132428.
Wu, X., Tronholm, A., Fernandez Cáceres, E., Tovar-Corona, J. M., Chen, L., Urrutia, A.O. and Hurst, L.D., 2013. Evidence for deep phylogenetic conservation of exonic splice-related constraints:Splice-related skews at exonic ends in the brown alga Ectocarpus are common and resemble those seen in humans. Genome Biology and Evolution, 5 (9), pp. 1731-1745.
Chen, L., Tovar-Corona, J. M. and Urrutia, A. O., 2012. Alternative splicing:Α potential source of functional innovation in the eukaryotic genome. International Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2012, 596274.
Gutierrez, H., Castillo Morales, A., Monzon, J. and Urrutia, A. O., 2011. Protein amino acid composition: a genomic signature of encephalization in mammals. PLoS ONE, 6 (11), e27261.
Chen, L., Tovar-Corona, J. M. and Urrutia, A. O., 2011. Increased levels of noisy splicing in cancers, but not for oncogene-derived transcripts. Human Molecular Genetics, 20 (22), pp. 4422-4429.
Urrutia, A. O., Ocana, L. B. and Hurst, L. D., 2008. Do Alu repeats drive the evolution of the primate transcriptome? Genome Biology, 9 (2), R25.
Batada, N. N., Urrutia, A. O. and Hurst, L. D., 2007. Chromatin remodelling is a major source of coexpression of linked genes in yeast. Trends in Genetics, 23 (10), pp. 480-484.
Parmley, J. L., Urrutia, A. O., Potrzebowski, L., Kaessmann, H. and Hurst, L. D., 2007. Splicing and the evolution of proteins in mammals. PLoS Biology, 5 (2), e14.
Lercher, M. J., Urrutia, A. O., Pavlicek, A. and Hurst, L. D., 2003. A unification of mosaic structures in the human genome. Human Molecular Genetics, 12 (19), pp. 2411-2415.
Lercher, M. J., Urrutia, A. O. and Hurst, L. D., 2003. Evidence that the human X chromosome is enriched for male-specific but not female-specific genes. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 20 (7), pp. 1113-1116.
Urrutia, A. O. and Hurst, L. D., 2003. The signature of selection mediated by expression on human genes. Genome Research, 13 (10), pp. 2260-2264.
Lercher, M. J., Urrutia, A. O. and Hurst, L. D., 2002. Clustering of housekeeping genes provides a unified model of gene order in the human genome. Nature Genetics, 31 (2), pp. 180-183.
Urrutia, A. O. and Hurst, L. D., 2001. Codon usage bias covaries with expression breadth and the rate of synonymous evolution in humans, but this is not evidence for selection. Genetics, 159 (3), pp. 1191-1199.