sophie breton
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The unusual system of doubly uniparental inheritance of mtDNA: isn’t one enough?
S Breton, HD Beaupre, DT Stewart, WR Hoeh, PU Blier
Trends in genetics 23 (9), 465-474, 2007
Mitochondrial phylogenomics of the Bivalvia (Mollusca): searching for the origin and mitogenomic correlates of doubly uniparental inheritance of mtDNA
H Doucet-Beaupré, S Breton, EG Chapman, PU Blier, AE Bogan, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 10, 1-19, 2010
Novel protein genes in animal mtDNA: a new sex determination system in freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionoida)?
S Breton, DT Stewart, S Shepardson, RJ Trdan, AE Bogan, EG Chapman, ...
Molecular Biology and Evolution 28 (5), 1645-1659, 2011
Comparative Analysis of Gender-Associated Complete Mitochondrial Genomes in Marine Mussels (Mytilus spp.)
S Breton, G Burger, DT Stewart, PU Blier
Genetics 172 (2), 1107-1119, 2006
Comparative mitochondrial genomics of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionoida) with doubly uniparental inheritance of mtDNA: gender-specific open reading frames and putative …
S Breton, HD Beaupré, DT Stewart, H Piontkivska, M Karmakar, AE Bogan, ...
Genetics 183 (4), 1575-1589, 2009
A resourceful genome: updating the functional repertoire and evolutionary role of animal mitochondrial DNAs
S Breton, L Milani, F Ghiselli, D Guerra, DT Stewart, M Passamonti
Trends in Genetics 30 (12), 555-564, 2014
Atypical mitochondrial inheritance patterns in eukaryotes
S Breton, DT Stewart
Genome 58 (10), 423-431, 2015
Characterization of a mitochondrial ORF from the gender-associated mtDNAs of Mytilus spp.(Bivalvia: Mytilidae): identification of the “missing” ATPase 8 gene
S Breton, DT Stewart, WR Hoeh
Marine Genomics 3 (1), 11-18, 2010
Mitochondrial physiology
E Gnaiger
Bioenergetics communications, 2020
A comparative analysis of mitochondrial ORFans: new clues on their origin and role in species with doubly uniparental inheritance of mitochondria
L Milani, F Ghiselli, D Guerra, S Breton, M Passamonti
Genome Biology and Evolution 5 (7), 1408-1434, 2013
Pursuing the quest for better understanding the taxonomic distribution of the system of doubly uniparental inheritance of mtDNA
A Gusman, S Lecomte, DT Stewart, M Passamonti, S Breton
PeerJ 4, e2760, 2016
Structure, transcription, and variability of metazoan mitochondrial genome: perspectives from an unusual mitochondrial inheritance system
F Ghiselli, L Milani, D Guerra, PL Chang, S Breton, SV Nuzhdin, ...
Genome biology and evolution 5 (8), 1535-1554, 2013
Population structure of two northern hemisphere polychaetes, Neanthes virens and Hediste diversicolor (Nereididae), with different life-history traits
S Breton, F Dufresne, G Desrosiers, PU Blier
Marine Biology 142, 707-715, 2003
Sex-determining mechanisms in bivalves
S Breton, C Capt, D Guerra, D Stewart
Transitions Between Sexual Systems: Understanding the Mechanisms of, and …, 2018
Facing environmental predictability with different sources of epigenetic variation
C Leung, S Breton, B Angers
Ecology and Evolution 6 (15), 5234-5245, 2016
Evidence for a fourteenth mtDNA-encoded protein in the female-transmitted mtDNA of marine mussels (Bivalvia: Mytilidae)
S Breton, F Ghiselli, M Passamonti, L Milani, DT Stewart, WR Hoeh
PLoS One 6 (4), e19365, 2011
The human mitochondrial genome may code for more than 13 proteins
C Capt, M Passamonti, S Breton
Mitochondrial DNA Part A 27 (5), 3098-3101, 2016
Evolution of sex-dependent mtDNA transmission in freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionida)
D Guerra, F Plazzi, DT Stewart, AE Bogan, WR Hoeh, S Breton
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1551, 2017
In silico analyses of mitochondrial ORFans in freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionoida) provide a framework for future studies of their origin and function
A Mitchell, D Guerra, D Stewart, S Breton
BMC genomics 17 (1), 1-22, 2016
Functional conservatism in mitochondrial evolution: insight from hybridization of arctic and brook charrs
PU Blier, S Breton, V Desrosiers, H Lemieux
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental …, 2006
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