Geoffrey D. Findlay
Geoffrey D. Findlay
Associate Professor, College of the Holy Cross
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Proteomics reveals novel Drosophila seminal fluid proteins transferred at mating
GD Findlay, X Yi, MJ MacCoss, WJ Swanson
PLoS biology 6 (7), e178, 2008
Proteomic discovery of previously unannotated, rapidly evolving seminal fluid genes in Drosophila
GD Findlay, MJ MacCoss, WJ Swanson
Genome research 19 (5), 886-896, 2009
Evolutionary Rate Covariation Identifies New Members of a Protein Network Required for Drosophila melanogaster Female Post-Mating Responses
GD Findlay, JL Sitnik, W Wang, CF Aquadro, NL Clark, MF Wolfner
PLoS genetics 10 (1), e1004108, 2014
Proteomics and Comparative Genomic Investigations Reveal Heterogeneity in Evolutionary Rate of Male Reproductive Proteins in Mice (Mus domesticus)
MD Dean, NL Clark, GD Findlay, RC Karn, X Yi, WJ Swanson, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 26 (8), 1733-1743, 2009
Proteomics enhances evolutionary and functional analysis of reproductive proteins
GD Findlay, WJ Swanson
Bioessays 32 (1), 26-36, 2010
Identification of ejaculated proteins in the house mouse (Mus domesticus) via isotopic labeling
MD Dean, GD Findlay, MR Hoopmann, CC Wu, MJ MacCoss, ...
BMC genomics 12, 1-13, 2011
Duplication and selection on abalone sperm lysin in an allopatric population
NL Clark, GD Findlay, X Yi, MJ MacCoss, WJ Swanson
Molecular biology and evolution 24 (9), 2081-2090, 2007
Long-term interaction between Drosophila sperm and sex peptide is mediated by other seminal proteins that bind only transiently to sperm
A Singh, NA Buehner, H Lin, KJ Baranowski, GD Findlay, MF Wolfner
Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 102, 43-51, 2018
The goddard and saturn genes are essential for Drosophila male fertility and may have arisen de novo
AM Gubala, JF Schmitz, MJ Kearns, TT Vinh, E Bornberg-Bauer, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 34 (5), 1066-1082, 2017
Molecular characterization and evolution of a gene family encoding both female-and male-specific reproductive proteins in Drosophila
LK Sirot, GD Findlay, JL Sitnik, D Frasheri, FW Avila, MF Wolfner
Molecular biology and evolution 31 (6), 1554-1567, 2014
Structural and functional characterization of a putative de novo gene in Drosophila
A Lange, PH Patel, B Heames, AM Damry, T Saenger, CJ Jackson, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 1667, 2021
A putative de novo evolved gene required for spermatid chromatin condensation in Drosophila melanogaster
EL Rivard, AG Ludwig, PH Patel, A Grandchamp, SE Arnold, A Berger, ...
PLoS genetics 17 (9), e1009787, 2021
Molecular evolution of the sex peptide network in Drosophila
MK McGeary, GD Findlay
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 33 (5), 629-641, 2020
Rapid assessment of RNAi-mediated protein depletion by selected reaction monitoring mass spectrometry
VA Glukhova, DM Tomazela, GD Findlay, RJ Monnat Jr, MJ MacCoss
Journal of proteome research 12 (7), 3246-3254, 2013
The seminal odorant binding protein Obp56g is required for mating plug formation and male fertility in Drosophila melanogaster
NC Brown, B Gordon, CE McDonough-Goldstein, S Misra, GD Findlay, ...
bioRxiv, 2023
BARD workshop:“Insect reproductive molecules: From model systems to agricultural applications”
FW Avila, GD Findlay, A Gothilf, EL Niño
Molecular Reproduction and Development 79 (12), 816-820, 2012
A conversation with Mariana Wolfner, newly inducted member of the National Academy of Sciences
WJ Swanson, GD Findlay
Molecular Reproduction and Development 87 (1), 3-6, 2020
A Well-Researched Book in Search of an Audience: Making Sense of Genes by Kostas Kampourakis
GD Findlay
CBE—Life Sciences Education 17 (3), fe6, 2018
Correction: Proteomics Reveals Novel Drosophila Seminal Fluid Proteins Transferred at Mating
GD Findlay, X Yi, MJ MacCoss, WJ Swanson
PLoS Biology 7 (6), 2009
Drosophila seminal fluid proteins: Proteomic identification and evolutionary analysis
GD Findlay
University of Washington, 2009
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