Ke Bi
TitleCited byYear
Unlocking the vault: next‐generation museum population genomics
K Bi, T Linderoth, D Vanderpool, JM Good, R Nielsen, C Moritz
Molecular ecology 22 (24), 6018-6032, 2013
2602013
Transcriptome-based exon capture enables highly cost-effective comparative genomic data collection at moderate evolutionary scales
K Bi, D Vanderpool, S Singhal, T Linderoth, C Moritz, JM Good
BMC genomics 13 (1), 403, 2012
2032012
Unisexual salamanders (genus Ambystoma) present a new reproductive mode for eukaryotes
JP Bogart, K Bi, J Fu, DWA Noble, J Niedzwiecki
Genome 50 (2), 119-136, 2007
1342007
Museum genomics: low‐cost and high‐accuracy genetic data from historical specimens
KC Rowe, S Singhal, MD Macmanes, JF Ayroles, TL Morelli, EM Rubidge, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 11 (6), 1082-1092, 2011
932011
Exon capture phylogenomics: efficacy across scales of divergence
JG Bragg, S Potter, K Bi, C Moritz
Molecular ecology resources 16 (5), 1059-1068, 2016
822016
Identification of intergenomic recombinations in unisexual salamanders of the genus Ambystoma by genomic in situ hybridization (GISH)
K Bi, JP Bogart
Cytogenetic and Genome Research 112 (3-4), 307-312, 2006
742006
Negligible nuclear introgression despite complete mitochondrial capture between two species of chipmunks
JM Good, D Vanderpool, S Keeble, K Bi
Evolution 69 (8), 1961-1972, 2015
652015
AFLP linkage map of an intraspecific cross in Chlamys farreri
S Wang, Z Bao, J Pan, L Zhang, B Yao, A Zhan, K Bi, Q Zhang
Journal of Shellfish Research 23 (2), 491-500, 2004
622004
Toward understanding the genetic basis of adaptation to high-elevation life in poikilothermic species: a comparative transcriptomic analysis of two ranid frogs, Rana …
W Yang, Y Qi, K Bi, J Fu
BMC genomics 13 (1), 588, 2012
582012
Time and time again: unisexual salamanders (genus Ambystoma) are the oldest unisexual vertebrates
K Bi, JP Bogart
BMC evolutionary biology 10 (1), 238, 2010
552010
Fixing formalin: a method to recover genomic-scale DNA sequence data from formalin-fixed museum specimens using high-throughput sequencing
SM Hykin, K Bi, JA McGuire
PloS one 10 (10), 2015
542015
Rampant historical mitochondrial genome introgression between two species of green pond frogs, Pelophylax nigromaculatus and P. plancyi
K Liu, F Wang, W Chen, L Tu, MS Min, K Bi, J Fu
BMC Evolutionary Biology 10 (1), 201, 2010
512010
Frequent mitochondrial gene introgression among high elevation Tibetan megophryid frogs revealed by conflicting gene genealogies
W Chen, K Bi, J Fu
Molecular Ecology 18 (13), 2856-2876, 2009
502009
An evaluation of transcriptome‐based exon capture for frog phylogenomics across multiple scales of divergence (Class: Amphibia, Order: Anura)
DM Portik, LL Smith, K Bi
Molecular ecology resources 16 (5), 1069-1083, 2016
452016
Cloning and characterization of tryptophan 2,3‐dioxygenase gene of Zhikong scallop Chlamys farreri (Jones and Preston 1904)
X Hu, Z Bao, J Hu, M Shao, L Zhang, K Bi, A Zhan, X Huang
Aquaculture Research 37 (12), 1187-1194, 2006
442006
Phylogenomics at the tips: inferring lineages and their demographic history in a tropical lizard, Carlia amax
S Potter, JG Bragg, BM Peter, K Bi, C Moritz
Molecular ecology 25 (6), 1367-1380, 2016
412016
Sex in unisexual salamanders: discovery of a new sperm donor with ancient affinities
JP Bogart, J Bartoszek, DWA Noble, K Bi
Heredity 103 (6), 483-493, 2009
382009
A phylogeny of the high‐elevation Tibetan megophryid frogs and evidence for the multiple origins of reversed sexual size dimorphism
JZ Fu, CJ Weadick, K Bi
Journal of Zoology 273 (3), 315-325, 2007
372007
The prevalence of genome replacement in unisexual salamanders of the genus Ambystoma(Amphibia, Caudata) revealed by nuclear gene genealogy
K Bi, JP Bogart, J Fu
BMC Evolutionary Biology 8 (1), 158, 2008
342008
Structures of Apo and Product-Bound Human l-Asparaginase: Insights into the Mechanism of Autoproteolysis and Substrate Hydrolysis
J Nomme, Y Su, M Konrad, A Lavie
Biochemistry 51 (34), 6816-6826, 2012
332012
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