Jukka Jernvall

Summary

Affiliation: Disaster Mental Health Institute

Publications

  1. Prochazkova M, Häkkinen T, Prochazka J, Spoutil F, Jheon A, Ahn Y, et al. FGF signaling refines Wnt gradients to regulate the patterning of taste papillae. Development. 2017;144:2212-2221 pubmed publisher
  2. Renvoisé E, Kavanagh K, Lazzari V, Häkkinen T, Rice R, Pantalacci S, et al. Mechanical constraint from growing jaw facilitates mammalian dental diversity. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2017;114:9403-9408 pubmed publisher
    ..Comparative studies of morphologically different species are needed to infer the principles of organogenesis. ..
  3. Tapaltsyan V, Eronen J, Lawing A, Sharir A, Janis C, Jernvall J, et al. Continuously growing rodent molars result from a predictable quantitative evolutionary change over 50 million years. Cell Rep. 2015;11:673-80 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, by extension, the retention of the adult stem cell niche appears to be a predictable quantitative rather than a stochastic qualitative process. Our analyses predict that hypselodonty will eventually become the dominant phenotype. ..
  4. Kavanagh K, Haugen T, Gregersen F, Jernvall J, Vøllestad L. Contemporary temperature-driven divergence in a Nordic freshwater fish under conditions commonly thought to hinder adaptation. BMC Evol Biol. 2010;10:350 pubmed publisher
    ..These demes have common ancestors from a colonization event 22 generations ago. Consequently, we explore if diversification may occur under severely constraining conditions...
  5. Zohdy S, Kemp A, Durden L, Wright P, Jernvall J. Mapping the social network: tracking lice in a wild primate (Microcebus rufus) population to infer social contacts and vector potential. BMC Ecol. 2012;12:4 pubmed publisher
    ..Our approach demonstrates the potential to uncover otherwise inaccessible parasite-host, and host social interaction data in any trappable species parasitized by sucking lice. ..
  6. Jernvall J, Thesleff I. Tooth shape formation and tooth renewal: evolving with the same signals. Development. 2012;139:3487-97 pubmed publisher
    ..As we discuss, however, limited tooth replacement in mammals has been compensated for in some taxa by the evolution of continuously growing teeth, the development of which appears to reuse the regulatory pathways of tooth replacement...
  7. Eronen J, Zohdy S, Evans A, Tecot S, Wright P, Jernvall J. Feeding Ecology and Morphology Make a Bamboo Specialist Vulnerable to Climate Change. Curr Biol. 2017;27:3384-3389.e2 pubmed publisher
    ..Coupling known changes in species distribution with high-resolution ecological and historical data helps to identify extinction risks. ..