Baker H Richard


Affiliation: American Museum of Natural History
Country: USA


  1. Baker R, Wilkinson G. Comparative Genomic Hybridization (CGH) reveals a neo-X chromosome and biased gene movement in stalk-eyed flies (genus Teleopsis). PLoS Genet. 2010;6:e1001121 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, we demonstrate that CGH is a useful technique for identifying chromosomal sex-linkage and should be applicable to other organisms with EST or partial genomic information. ..
  2. Baker R, Narechania A, DeSalle R, Johns P, Reinhardt J, Wilkinson G. Spermatogenesis Drives Rapid Gene Creation and Masculinization of the X Chromosome in Stalk-Eyed Flies (Diopsidae). Genome Biol Evol. 2016;8:896-914 pubmed publisher
    ..dalmanni This masculinization occurs despite evidence that testes expressed genes do not achieve the same levels of gene expression on the X chromosome as they do on the autosomes. ..
  3. Baker R, Morgan J, Wang X, Boore J, Wilkinson G. Genomic analysis of a sexually-selected character: EST sequencing and microarray analysis of eye-antennal imaginal discs in the stalk-eyed fly Teleopsis dalmanni (Diopsidae). BMC Genomics. 2009;10:361 pubmed publisher
    ..Additional comparisons of expression profiles between, for example, males and females, and species that differ in eye-stalk sexual dimorphism, are now enabled by these resources. ..
  4. Baker R, Kuehl J, Wilkinson G. The Enhancer of split complex arose prior to the diversification of schizophoran flies and is strongly conserved between Drosophila and stalk-eyed flies (Diopsidae). BMC Evol Biol. 2011;11:354 pubmed publisher
    ..Results from this study provide numerous insights into the evolutionary history of the complex and will help refine the focus of studies examining the adaptive consequences of this gene expansion. ..
  5. Baker R, Narechania A, Johns P, Wilkinson G. Gene duplication, tissue-specific gene expression and sexual conflict in stalk-eyed flies (Diopsidae). Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2012;367:2357-75 pubmed publisher
    ..Within somatic tissue, duplicated genes are more likely to be differentially expressed between the sexes, suggesting gene duplication may provide a mechanism for resolving sexual conflict...