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Yin, S., Yang, J., Lin, B., Deng, W., Zhang, Y., Yi, X., Shi, Y., Tao, Y., Cai, J., Wu, C.-I., Zhao, G., Hurst, L.D., Zhang, J., Hu, L. and Kong, X., 2014. Exome sequencing identifies frequent mutation of MLL2 in non-small cell lung carcinoma from Chinese patients. Scientific Reports, 4, 6036.

Laabei, M., Recker, M., Rudkin, J. K., Aldeljawi, M., Gulay, Z., Sloan, T. J., Williams, P., Endres, J. L., Bayles, K. W., Fey, P. D., Yajjala, V. K., Widhelm, T., Hawkins, E., Lewis, K., Parfett, S., Scowen, L., Peacock, S. J., Holden, M., Wilson, D., Read, T. D., Van Den Elsen, J., Priest, N. K., Feil, E. J., Hurst, L. D., Josefsson, E. and Massey, R. C., 2014. Predicting the virulence of MRSA from its genome sequence. Genome Research, 24 (5), pp. 839-849.

Charneski, C. A. and Hurst, L. D., 2014. Positive charge loading at protein termini is due to membrane protein topology, not a translational ramp. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 31 (1), pp. 70-84.

Wang, J., Xie, G., Singh, M., Ghanbarian, A. T., Raskó, T., Szvetnik, A., Cai, H., Besser, D., Prigione, A., Fuchs, N. V., Schumann, G. G., Chen, W., Lorincz, M. C., Ivics, Z., Hurst, L. D. and Izsvák, Z., 2014. Forthcoming. Primate-specific endogenous retrovirus-driven transcription defines naive-like stem cells. Nature

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.

Maharjan, R., Nilsson, S., Sung, J., Haynes, K., Beardmore, R.E., Hurst, L.D., Ferenci, T. and Gudelj, I., 2013. The form of a trade-off determines the response to competition. Ecology Letters, 16 (10), pp. 1267-1276.

Hurst, L. D., 2013. Open questions : A logic (or lack thereof) of genome organization. BMC Biology, 11, 58.

Woods, S., Coghlan, A., Rivers, D., Warnecke, T., Jeffries, S. J., Kwon, T., Rogers, A., Hurst, L. and Ahringer, J., 2013. Duplication and retention biases of essential and non-essential genes revealed by systematic knockdown analyses. Plos Genetics, 9 (5), e1003330.

Charneski, C. A. and Hurst, L. D., 2013. Positively charged residues are the major determinants of ribosomal velocity. PLoS Biology, 11 (3), e1001508.

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.

Yang, S., Yuan, Y., Wang, L., Li, J., Wang, W., Liu, H., Chen, J.-q., Hurst, L. D. and Tian, D., 2012. Great majority of recombination events in Arabidopsis are gene conversion events. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109 (51), pp. 20992-20997.

Feher, T., Bogos, B., Mehi, O., Fekete, G., Csorgo, B., Kovacs, K., Posfai, G., Papp, B., Hurst, L. D. and Pal, C., 2012. Competition between transposable elements and mutator genes in bacteria. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 29 (10), pp. 3153-3159.

Webster, M. T. and Hurst, L. D., 2012. Direct and indirect consequences of meiotic recombination: Implications for genome evolution. Trends in Genetics, 28 (3), pp. 101-109.

Weber, C. C., Pink, C. J. and Hurst, L. D., 2012. Late-replicating domains have higher divergence and diversity in Drosophila melanogaster. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 29 (2), pp. 873-882.

He, C., Li, Z., Chen, P., Huang, H., Hurst, L. D. and Chen, J., 2012. Young intragenic miRNAs are less coexpressed with host genes than old ones: Implications of miRNA-host gene coevolution. Nucleic Acids Research, 40 (9), pp. 4002-4012.

Warnecke, T. and Hurst, L. D., 2011. Error prevention and mitigation as forces in the evolution of genes and genomes. Nature Reviews Genetics, 12 (12), pp. 875-881.

Pink, C. J. and Hurst, L. D., 2011. Late replicating domains are highly recombining in females but have low male recombination rates: implications for isochore evolution. PLoS ONE, 6 (9), e24480.

Charneski, C. A., Honti, F., Bryant, J. M., Hurst, L. D. and Feil, E. J., 2011. Atypical AT skew in firmicute genomes results from selection and not from mutation. Plos Genetics, 7 (9), e1002283.

Nahorski, M. S., Reiman, A., Lim, D. H. K., Nookala, R. K., Seabra, L., Lu, X. H., Fenton, J., Boora, U., Nordenskjold, M., Latif, F., Hurst, L. D. and Maher, E. R., 2011. Birt Hogg-Dube Syndrome-Associated FLCN Mutations Disrupt Protein Stability. Human Mutation, 32 (8), pp. 921-929.

Beardmore, R. E., Gudelj, I., Lipson, D. A. and Hurst, L. D., 2011. Metabolic trade-offs and the maintenance of the fittest and the flattest. Nature, 472 (7343), pp. 342-346.

Hurst, L. D., 2011. Molecular genetics: The sound of silence. Nature, 471 (7340), pp. 582-583.

Weber, C. C. and Hurst, L. D., 2011. Support for multiple classes of local expression clusters in Drosophila melanogaster, but no evidence for gene order conservation. Genome Biology, 12 (3), R23.

Garfield, A. S., Cowley, M., Smith, F. M., Moorwood, K., Stewart-Cox, J. E., Gilroy, K., Baker, S., Xia, J., Dalley, J. W., Hurst, L. D., Wilkinson, L. S., Isles, A. R. and Ward, A., 2011. Distinct physiological and behavioural functions for parental alleles of imprinted Grb10. Nature, 469 (7331), pp. 534-538.

Wang, G. Z., Lercher, M. J. and Hurst, L. D., 2011. Transcriptional coupling of neighboring genes and gene expression noise: evidence that gene orientation and noncoding transcripts are modulators of noise. Genome Biology and Evolution, 3, pp. 320-331.

Weber, C. C. and Hurst, L. D., 2010. Intronic AT skew is a defendable proxy for germline transcription but does not predict crossing-over or protein evolution rates in Drosophila melanogaster. Journal of Molecular Evolution, 71 (5-6), pp. 415-426.

Zhang, Z. G., Zhou, L., Hu, L. D., Zhu, Y. F., Xu, H., Liu, Y., Chen, X. F., Yi, X. F., Kong, X. Y. and Hurst, L. D., 2010. Nonsense-mediated decay targets have multiple sequence-related features that can inhibit translation. Molecular Systems Biology, 6, 442.

MacLean, R. C., Fuentes-Hernandez, A., Greig, D., Hurst, L. D. and Gudelj, I., 2010. A mixture of "cheats" and "co-operators" can enable maximal group benefit. PLoS Biology, 8 (9), e1000486.

Warnecke, T., Huang, Y., Przytycka, T. M. and Hurst, L. D., 2010. Unique cost dynamics elucidate the role of frameshifting errors in promoting translational robustness. Genome Biology and Evolution, 2, pp. 636-645.

Mcdonald, L. A., Gerrelli, D., Fok, Y., Hurst, L. D. and Tickle, C., 2010. Comparison of Iroquois gene expression in limbs/fins of vertebrate embryos. Journal Of Anatomy, 216 (6), pp. 683-691.

Pink, C. J. and Hurst, L. D., 2010. Timing of replication is a determinant of neutral substitution rates but does not explain slow Y chromosome evolution in rodents. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 27 (5), pp. 1077-1086.

Warnecke, T. and Hurst, L. D., 2010. GroEL dependency affects codon usage-support for a critical role of misfolding in gene evolution. Molecular Systems Biology, 6, 340.

Charalambous, M., Cowley, M., Geoghegan, F., Smith, F. M., Radford, E. J., Marlow, B. P., Graham, C. F., Hurst, L. D. and Ward, A., 2010. Maternally-inherited Grb10 reduces placental size and efficiency. Developmental Biology, 337 (1), pp. 1-8.

Necsulea, A., Semon, M., Duret, L. and Hurst, L. D., 2009. Monoallelic expression and tissue specificity are associated with high crossover rates. Trends in Genetics, 25 (12), pp. 519-522.

Weber, C. C. and Hurst, L. D., 2009. Protein rates of evolution are predicted by double-strand break events, independent of crossing-over rates. Genome Biology and Evolution, 2009, pp. 340-349.

Warnecke, T., Wang, G. Z., Lercher, M. J. and Hurst, L. D., 2009. Does negative auto-regulation increase gene duplicability? BMC Evolutionary Biology, 9, 193.

Kovacs, K., Hurst, L. D. and Papp, B., 2009. Stochasticity in protein levels drives colinearity of gene order in metabolic operons of Escherichia coli. PLoS Biology, 7 (5), e1000115.

Zhang, Z. G., Xin, D. D., Wang, P., Zhou, L., Hu, L. D., Kong, X. Y. and Hurst, L. D., 2009. Noisy splicing, more than expression regulation, explains why some exons are subject to nonsense-mediated mRNA decay. BMC Biology, 7 (23).

Pink, C. J., Swaminathan, S. K., Dunham, I., Rogers, J., Ward, A. and Hurst, L. D., 2009. Evidence that replication-associated mutation alone does not explain between-chromosome differences in substitution rates. Genome Biology and Evolution, 2009, pp. 13-22.

Hurst, L. D., 2009. Evolutionary genomics and the reach of selection. Journal of Biology, 8 (2), p. 12.

Hurst, L. D., 2009. Evolutionary genomics: A positive becomes a negative. Nature, 457 (7229), pp. 543-544.

Yin, S., Wang, P., Deng, W., Zheng, H., Hu, L., Hurst, L. D. and Kong, X., 2009. Dosage compensation on the active X chromosome minimizes transcriptional noise of X-linked genes in mammals. Genome Biology, 10 (7), R74.

Hurst, L. D., 2009. Genetics and the understanding of selection. Nature Reviews Genetics, 10 (2), pp. 83-93.

Hurst, L., 2009. Three's a crowd. New Scientist, 203 (2725), p. 73.

Warnecke, T., Weber, C. C. and Hurst, L. D., 2009. Why there is more to protein evolution than protein function: Splicing, nucleosomes and dual-coding sequence. Biochemical Society Transactions, 37 (4), pp. 756-761.

Wang, P., Yin, S., Zhang, Z., Xin, D., Hu, L., Kong, X. and Hurst, L., 2008. Evidence for common short natural trans sense-antisense pairing between transcripts from protein coding genes. Genome Biology, 9 (12), R169.

Forde, S. E., Beardmore, R. E., Gudelj, I., Arkin, S. S., Thompson, J. N. and Hurst, L. D., 2008. Understanding the limits to generalizability of experimental evolutionary models. Nature, 455 (7210), pp. 220-223.

Lopes, S. S., Yang, X. Y., Muller, J., Carney, T. J., McAdow, A. R., Rauch, G.-J., Jacoby, A. S., Hurst, L. D., Delfino-Machin, M., Haffter, P., Geisler, R., Johnson, S. L., Ward, A. and Kelsh, R. N., 2008. Leukocyte tyrosine kinase functions in pigment cell development. Plos Genetics, 4 (3), e1000026.

Warnecke, T., Parmley, J. L. and Hurst, L. D., 2008. Finding exonic islands in a sea of non-coding sequence: splicing related constraints on protein composition and evolution are common in intron-rich genomes. Genome Biology, 9 (2), R29.

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.

Reuter, M., Engelstadter, J., Fontanillas, P. and Hurst, L. D., 2008. A test of the null model for 5 ' UTR evolution based on GC content. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 25 (5), pp. 801-804.

de Crespigny, F. E. C., Hurst, L. D. and Wedell, N., 2008. Do Wolbachia-associated incompatibilities promote polyandry? Evolution, 62 (1), pp. 107-122.

Warnecke, T., Batada, N. N. and Hurst, L. D., 2008. The Impact of the Nucleosome Code on Protein-Coding Sequence Evolution in Yeast. Plos Genetics, 4 (11), e1000250.

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.

Warnecke, T. and Hurst, L. D., 2007. Evidence for a trade-off between translational efficiency and splicing regulation in determining synonymous codon usage in Drosophila melanogaster. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 24 (12), pp. 2755-2762.

Batada, N. N. and Hurst, L. D., 2007. Evolution of chromosome organization driven by selection for reduced gene expression noise. Nature Genetics, 39 (8), pp. 945-949.

Parmley, J. L. and Hurst, L. D., 2007. Exonic splicing regulatory elements Skew synonymous codon usage near intron-exon boundaries in mammals. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 24 (8), pp. 1600-1603.

Parmley, J. L. and Hurst, L. D., 2007. How common are intragene windows with K-A > K-S owing to purifying selection on synonymous mutations? Journal of Molecular Evolution, 64 (6), pp. 646-655.

Parmley, J. L. and Hurst, L. D., 2007. How do synonymous mutations affect fitness? Bioessays, 29 (6), pp. 515-519.

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.

Batada, N. N., Reguly, T., Breitkreutz, A., Boucher, L., Breitkreutz, B. J., Hurst, L. D. and Tyers, M., 2007. Still stratus not altocumulus: Further evidence against the date/party hub distinction. PLoS Biology, 5 (6), pp. 1202-1206.

Poyatos, J. F. and Hurst, L. D., 2007. The determinants of gene order conservation in yeasts. Genome Biology, 8 (11).

Hurst, L. D., Feil, E. J. and Rocha, E. P. C., 2006. Causes of trends in amino-acid gain and loss. Nature, 442 (7105), E11-E12.

Pal, C., Papp, B., Lercher, M. J., Csermely, P., Oliver, S. G. and Hurst, L. D., 2006. Chance and necessity in the evolution of minimal metabolic networks. Nature, 440 (7084), pp. 667-670.

Lercher, M. J. and Hurst, L. D., 2006. Co-expressed yeast genes cluster over a long range but are not regularly spaced. Journal of Molecular Biology, 359 (3), pp. 825-831.

Rocha, E. P. C., Smith, J. M., Hurst, L. D., Holden, M. T. G., Cooper, J. E., Smith, N. H. and Feil, E. J., 2006. Comparisons of dN/dS are time dependent for closely related bacterial genomes. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 239 (2), pp. 226-235.

Parmley, J. L., Chamary, J. V. and Hurst, L. D., 2006. Evidence for purifying selection against synonymous mutations in mammalian exonic splicing enhancers. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 23 (2), pp. 301-309.

Sun, M., Hurst, L. D., Carmichael, G. G. and Chen, J., 2006. Evidence for variation in abundance of antisense transcripts between multicellular animals but no relationship between antisense transcription and organismic complexity. Genome Research, 16 (7), pp. 922-933.

Batada, N. N., Hurst, L. D. and Tyers, M., 2006. Evolutionary and physiological importance of hub proteins. Plos Computational Biology, 2 (7), e88.

Chamary, J. V., Parmley, J. L. and Hurst, L. D., 2006. Hearing silence: non-neutral evolution at synonymous sites in mammals. Nature Reviews Genetics, 7 (2), pp. 98-108.

Simoes, B., Conceicao, N., Viegas, C. S. B., Pinto, J. P., Gavaia, P. J., Hurst, L. D., Kelsh, R. N. and Cancela, M. L., 2006. Identification of a promoter element within the zebrafish colX alpha 1 gene responsive to Runx2 isoforms Osf2/Cbfa1 and til-1 but not to pebp2 alpha A2. Calcified Tissue International, 79 (4), pp. 230-244.

Hurst, L. D., 2006. Preliminary assessment of the impact of microRNA-mediated regulation on coding sequence evolution in mammals. Journal of Molecular Evolution, 63 (2), pp. 174-182.

Batada, N. N., Reguly, T., Breitkreutz, A., Boucher, L., Breitkreutz, B. J., Hurst, L. D. and Tyers, M., 2006. Stratus not altocumulus: A new view of the yeast protein interaction network. PLoS Biology, 4 (10), e217.

Chamary, J. V. and Hurst, L. D., 2005. Biased codon usage near intron-exon junctions: selection on splicing enhancers, splice-site recognition or something else? Trends in Genetics, 21 (5), pp. 256-259.

Ruvinsky, A., Eskesen, S. T., Eskesen, F. N. and Hurst, L. D., 2005. Can codon usage bias explain intron phase distributions and exon symmetry? Journal of Molecular Evolution, 60 (1), pp. 99-104.

Gissen, P., Johnson, C. A., Gentle, D., Hurst, L. D., Doherty, A. J., O'Kane, C. J., Kelly, D. A. and Maher, E. R., 2005. Comparative evolutionary analysis of VPS33 homologues: genetic and functional insights. Human Molecular Genetics, 14 (10), pp. 1261-1270.

Hurst, L. D. and Pal, C., 2005. Dissecting dispensability. Nature Genetics, 37 (3), pp. 214-215.

Sun, M., Hurst, L. D., Carmichael, G. G. and Chen, J. J., 2005. Evidence for a preferential targeting of 3 '-UTRs by cis-encoded natural antisense transcripts. Nucleic Acids Research, 33 (17), pp. 5533-5543.

Chamary, J. V. and Hurst, L. D., 2005. Evidence for selection on synonymous mutations affecting stability of mRNA secondary structure in mammals. Genome Biology, 6 (9).

Seoighe, C., Gehring, C. and Hurst, L. D., 2005. Gametophytic selection in Arabidopsis thaliana supports the selective model of intron length reduction. Plos Genetics, 1 (2), pp. 154-158.

Chen, J. J., Sun, M., Hurst, L. D., Carmichael, G. G. and Rowley, J. D., 2005. Genome-wide analysis of coordinate expression and evolution of human cis-encoded sense-antisense transcripts. Trends in Genetics, 21 (6), pp. 326-329.

Chen, J. J., Sun, M., Hurst, L. D., Carmichael, G. G. and Rowley, J. D., 2005. Human antisense genes have unusually short introns: evidence for selection for rapid transcription. Trends in Genetics, 21 (4), pp. 203-207.

Pinto, J. P., Conceicao, N. M., Viegas, C. S., Leite, R. B., Hurst, L. D., Kelsh, R. N. and Cancela, M. L., 2005. Identification of a new pebp2 alpha A2 isoform from zebrafish runx2 capable of inducing osteocalcin gene expression in vitro. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, 20 (8), pp. 1440-1453.

Chen, J. J., Sun, M., Rowley, J. D. and Hurst, L. D., 2005. The small introns of antisense genes are better explained by selection for rapid transcription than by "genomic design". Genetics, 171 (4), pp. 2151-2155.

Hurst, L. D. and Lercher, M. J., 2005. Unusual linkage patterns of ligands and their cognate receptors indicate a novel reason for non-random gene order in the human genome. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 5.

Holden, M. T. G., Feil, E. J., Lindsay, J. A., Peacock, S. J., Day, N. P. J., Enright, M. C., Foster, T. J., Moore, C. E., Hurst, L., Atkin, R., Barron, A., Bason, N., Bentley, S. D., Chillingworth, C., Chillingworth, T., Churcher, C., Clark, L., Corton, C., Cronin, A., Doggett, J., Dowd, L., Feltwell, T., Hance, Z., Harris, B., Hauser, H., Holroyd, S., Jagels, K., James, K. D., Lennard, N., Line, A., Mayes, R., Moule, S., Mungall, K., Ormond, D., Quail, M. A., Rabbinowitsch, E., Rutherford, K., Sanders, M., Sharp, S., Simmonds, M., Stevens, K., Whitehead, S., Barrell, B. G., Spratt, B. G. and Parkhill, J., 2004. Complete genomes of two clinical Staphylococcus aureus strains: Evidence for the rapid evolution of virulence and drug resistance. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 101 (26), pp. 9786-9791.

Pal, C. and Hurst, L. D., 2004. Evidence against the selfish operon theory. Trends in Genetics, 20 (6), pp. 232-234.

Freeland, S. J. and Hurst, L. D., 2004. Evolution encoded. Scientific American, 290 (4), pp. 84-91.

Lercher, M. J., Chamary, J. V. and Hurst, L. D., 2004. Genomic regionality in rates of evolution is not explained by clustering of genes of comparable expression profile. Genome Research, 14 (6), pp. 1002-1013.

Poyatos, J. F. and Hurst, L. D., 2004. How biologically relevant are interaction-based modules in protein networks? Genome Biology, 5 (11).

Papp, B., Pal, C. and Hurst, L. D., 2004. Metabolic network analysis of the causes and evolution of enzyme dispensability in yeast. Nature, 429 (6992), pp. 661-664.

Chamary, J. V. and Hurst, L. D., 2004. Similar rates but different modes of sequence evolution in introns and at exonic silent sites in rodents: Evidence for selectively driven codon usage. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 21 (6), pp. 1014-1023.

Hurst, L. D., Pal, C. and Lercher, M. J., 2004. The evolutionary dynamics of eukaryotic gene order. Nature Reviews Genetics, 5 (4), pp. 299-310.

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., Blumenthal, T. and Hurst, L. D., 2003. Coexpression of neighboring genes in Caenorhabditis elegans is mostly due to operons and duplicate genes. Genome Research, 13 (2), pp. 238-243.

Papp, B., Pal, C. and Hurst, L. D., 2003. Dosage sensitivity and the evolution of gene families in yeast. Nature, 424 (6945), pp. 194-197.

Charalambous, M., Ward, A. and Hurst, L. D., 2003. Evidence for a priming effect on maternal resource allocation: implications for interbrood competition. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 270, S100-S103.

Pal, C. and Hurst, L. D., 2003. Evidence for co-evolution of gene order and recombination rate. Nature Genetics, 33 (3), pp. 392-395.

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.

Papp, B., Pal, C. and Hurst, L. D., 2003. Evolution of cis-regulatory elements in duplicated genes of yeast. Trends in Genetics, 19 (8), pp. 417-422.

Lercher, M. J. and Hurst, L. D., 2003. Imprinted chromosomal regions of the human genome have unusually high recombination rates. Genetics, 165 (3), pp. 1629-1632.

Pal, C., Papp, B. and Hurst, L. D., 2003. Rate of evolution and gene dispensability. Nature, 421 (6922), pp. 496-497.

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. and Hurst, L. D., 2002. Can mutation or fixation biases explain the allele frequency distribution of human single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs)? Gene, 300 (1-2), pp. 53-58.

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.

Williams, E. J. B. and Hurst, L. D., 2002. Clustering of tissue-specific genes underlies much of the similarity in rates of protein evolution of linked genes. Journal of Molecular Evolution, 54 (4), pp. 511-518.

Lercher, M. J. and Hurst, L. D., 2002. Human SNP variability and mutation rate are higher in regions of high recombination. Trends in Genetics, 18 (7), pp. 337-340.

Williams, E. J. B. and Hurst, L. D., 2002. Is the synonymous substitution rate in mammals gene-specific? Molecular Biology and Evolution, 19 (8), pp. 1395-1398.

Hurst, L. D. and Ellegren, H., 2002. Mystery of the mutagenic male. Nature, 420 (6914), pp. 365-366.

Hurst, L. D., Williams, E. J. B. and Pal, C., 2002. Natural selection promotes the conservation of linkage of co-expressed genes. Trends in Genetics, 18 (12), pp. 604-606.

Hurst, L. D. and Randerson, J. P., 2002. Parasitic sex puppeteers. Scientific American, 286 (4), pp. 56-61.

Randerson, J. P. and Hurst, L. D., 2002. Survival and anisogamy - Response. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 17 (8), p. 358.

Hurst, L. D., 2002. The Ka/Ks ratio: diagnosing the form of sequence evolution. Trends in Genetics, 18 (9), pp. 486-487.

Lercher, M. J., Smith, N. G. C., Eyre-Walker, A. and Hurst, L. D., 2002. The evolution of isochores: Evidence from SNP frequency distributions. Genetics, 162 (4), pp. 1805-1810.

Randerson, J. P. and Hurst, L. D., 2001. A comparative test of a theory for the evolution of anisogamy. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 268 (1469), pp. 879-884.

Veitia, R. A. and Hurst, L. D., 2001. Accelerated molecular evolution of insect orthologues of ERG28/C14orf1: a link with ecdysteroid metabolism? Journal of Genetics, 80 (1), pp. 17-21.

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.

Pal, C., Papp, B. and Hurst, L. D., 2001. Does the recombination rate affect the efficiency of purifying selection? The yeast genome provides a partial answer. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 18 (12), pp. 2323-2326.

Hurst, L. D. and Pal, C., 2001. Evidence for purifying selection acting on silent sites in BRCA1. Trends in Genetics, 17 (2), pp. 62-65.

Hurst, L. D., 2001. Evolutionary genomics - Sex and the X. Nature, 411 (6834), pp. 149-150.

Hurst, L. D. and Merchant, A. R., 2001. High guanine-cytosine content is not an adaptation to high temperature: a comparative analysis amongst prokaryotes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 268 (1466), pp. 493-497.

Pal, C., Papp, B. and Hurst, L. D., 2001. Highly expressed genes in yeast evolve slowly. Genetics, 158 (2), pp. 927-931.

Lercher, M. J., Williams, E. J. B. and Hurst, L. D., 2001. Local similarity in evolutionary rates extends over whole chromosomes in human-rodent and mouse-rat comparisons: Implications for understanding the mechanistic basis of the male mutation bias. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 18 (11), pp. 2032-2039.

Duret, L. and Hurst, L. D., 2001. The elevated GC content at exonic third sites is not evidence against neutralist models of isochore evolution. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 18 (5), pp. 757-762.

Eyre-Walker, A. and Hurst, L. D., 2001. The evolution of isochores. Nature Reviews Genetics, 2 (7), pp. 549-555.

Randerson, J. P. and Hurst, L. D., 2001. The uncertain evolution of the sexes. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 16 (10), pp. 571-579.

Hurst, L. D. and Williams, E. J. B., 2000. Covariation of GC content and the silent site substitution rate in rodents: implications for methodology and for the evolution of isochores. Gene, 261 (1), pp. 107-114.

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