Ryan Ames
Ryan Ames
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Gene–obesogenic environment interactions in the UK Biobank study
J Tyrrell, AR Wood, RM Ames, H Yaghootkar, RN Beaumont, SE Jones, ...
International journal of epidemiology 46 (2), 559-575, 2017
Gene duplication and environmental adaptation within yeast populations
RM Ames, BM Rash, KE Hentges, DL Robertson, D Delneri, SC Lovell
Genome biology and evolution 2, 591-601, 2010
Determining the evolutionary history of gene families
RM Ames, D Money, VP Ghatge, S Whelan, SC Lovell
Bioinformatics 28 (1), 48-55, 2012
Rapid functional and evolutionary changes follow gene duplication in yeast
S Naseeb, RM Ames, D Delneri, SC Lovell
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1861), 20171393, 2017
circRNAs expressed in human peripheral blood are associated with human aging phenotypes, cellular senescence and mouse lifespan
S Haque, RM Ames, K Moore, LC Pilling, LL Peters, S Bandinelli, ...
Geroscience 42 (1), 183-199, 2020
Modular biological function is most effectively captured by combining molecular interaction data types
RM Ames, JI MacPherson, JW Pinney, SC Lovell, DL Robertson
PloS one 8 (5), e62670, 2013
Islet-expressed circular RNAs are associated with type 2 diabetes status in human primary islets and in peripheral blood
S Haque, RM Ames, K Moore, BP Lee, N Jeffery, LW Harries
BMC medical genomics 13 (1), 1-15, 2020
Binding interface change and cryptic variation in the evolution of protein-protein interactions
RM Ames, D Talavera, SG Williams, DL Robertson, SC Lovell
BMC evolutionary biology 16 (1), 1-14, 2016
Disentangling the multigenic and pleiotropic nature of molecular function
RA Stoney, RM Ames, G Nenadic, DL Robertson, JM Schwartz
BMC systems biology 9 (6), 1-15, 2015
Diversification at transcription factor binding sites within a species and the implications for environmental adaptation
RM Ames, SC Lovell
Molecular biology and evolution 28 (12), 3331-3344, 2011
Identifying Candida albicans gene networks involved in pathogenicity
G Thomas, JM Bain, S Budge, AJP Brown, RM Ames
Frontiers in genetics 11, 375, 2020
Network analysis of human muscle adaptation to aging and contraction
CRG Willis, RM Ames, CS Deane, BE Phillips, CL Boereboom, H Abdulla, ...
Aging (Albany NY) 12 (1), 740, 2020
The feasibility of using citizens to segment anatomy from medical images: Accuracy and motivation
JR Meakin, RM Ames, JCG Jeynes, J Welsman, M Gundry, K Knapp, ...
Plos one 14 (10), e0222523, 2019
The acute transcriptional response to resistance exercise: impact of age and contraction mode
CS Deane, RM Ames, BE Phillips, MN Weedon, CRG Willis, ...
Aging (Albany NY) 11 (7), 2111, 2019
Using network extracted ontologies to identify novel genes with roles in appressorium development in the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe oryzae
RM Ames
Microorganisms 5 (1), 3, 2017
Inferring gene family histories in yeast identifies lineage specific expansions
RM Ames, D Money, SC Lovell
PloS one 9 (6), e99480, 2014
circRNAs expressed in human peripheral blood are associated with human aging phenotypes, cellular senescence and mouse lifespan. Geroscience. 2020; 42: 183–99
S Haque, RM Ames, K Moore, LC Pilling, LL Peters, S Bandinelli, ...
Epub 2019/12/08. doi: 10.1007/s11357-019-00120-z. PubMed PMID: 31811527, 0
DupliPHY-Web: a web server for DupliPHY and DupliPHY-ML
RM Ames, SC Lovell
Bioinformatics 31 (3), 416-417, 2015
Single cell transcriptomics identifies master regulators of neurodegeneration in SOD1 ALS motor neurons
SC Namboori, P Thomas, R Ames, S Hawkins, LO Garrett, CRG Willis, ...
bioRxiv, 593129, 2021
Three related enzymes in Candida albicans achieve arginine-and agmatine-dependent metabolism that is essential for growth and fungal virulence
K Schaefer, J Wagener, RM Ames, S Christou, DM MacCallum, S Bates, ...
Mbio 11 (4), e01845-20, 2020
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