Oscar Murillo
Oscar Murillo
Graduate Student, Baylor College of Medicine
Verified email at bcm.edu
TitleCited byYear
Estimating divergence times in large molecular phylogenies
K Tamura, FU Battistuzzi, P Billing-Ross, O Murillo, A Filipski, S Kumar
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (47), 19333-19338, 2012
Prospects for building large timetrees using molecular data with incomplete gene coverage among species
A Filipski, O Murillo, A Freydenzon, K Tamura, S Kumar
Molecular Biology and Evolution 31 (9), 2542-2550, 2014
A protocol for diagnosing the effect of calibration priors on posterior time estimates: A case study for the Cambrian explosion of animal phyla
FU Battistuzzi, P Billing-Ross, O Murillo, A Filipski, S Kumar
Molecular Biology and Evolution, msv075, 2015
exRNA Atlas Analysis Reveals Distinct Extracellular RNA Cargo Types and Their Carriers Present across Human Biofluids
OD Murillo, W Thistlethwaite, J Rozowsky, SL Subramanian, R Lucero, ...
Cell 177 (2), 463-477. e15, 2019
Phylogenetic Placement of Metagenomic Reads Using the Minimum Evolution Principle
A Filipski, K Tamura, P Billing-Ross, O Murillo, S Kumar
BMC Genomics 16 (Suppl 1), S13, 2015
The extracellular RNA communication consortium: establishing foundational knowledge and technologies for extracellular RNA research
S Das, AB Abdel-Mageed, C Adamidi, PD Adelson, KM Akat, E Alsop, ...
Cell 177 (2), 231-242, 2019
Predicting clone genotypes from tumor bulk sequencing of multiple samples
S Miura, K Gomez, O Murillo, LA Huuki, T Vu, T Buturla, S Kumar
Bioinformatics 34 (23), 4017-4026, 2018
ExRNA Atlas analysis provides an exRNA census and reveals six types of vesicular and non-vesicular exRNA carrier profiles detectable across human body fluids
OD Murillo, W Thistlethwaite, R Lucero, SL Subramanian, N Shah, ...
Journal of Extracellular Vesicles 7, 203-204, 2018
Computational analysis reveals exRNA cargo types and their carriers across human biofluids
OD Murillo, W Thistlethwaite
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