Darin R. Rokyta
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The venom-gland transcriptome of the eastern diamondback rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus)
DR Rokyta, AR Lemmon, MJ Margres, K Aronow
BMC genomics 13 (1), 1-23, 2012
An empirical test of the mutational landscape model of adaptation using a single-stranded DNA virus
DR Rokyta, P Joyce, SB Caudle, HA Wichman
Nature genetics 37 (4), 441-444, 2005
A high-throughput venom-gland transcriptome for the Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus) and evidence for pervasive positive selection across toxin classes
DR Rokyta, KP Wray, AR Lemmon, EM Lemmon, SB Caudle
Toxicon 57 (5), 657-671, 2011
The venom-gland transcriptome of the eastern coral snake (Micrurus fulvius) reveals high venom complexity in the intragenomic evolution of venoms
MJ Margres, K Aronow, J Loyacano, DR Rokyta
BMC genomics 14 (1), 1-18, 2013
Beneficial fitness effects are not exponential for two viruses
DR Rokyta, CJ Beisel, P Joyce, MT Ferris, CL Burch, HA Wichman
Journal of molecular evolution 67 (4), 368, 2008
Horizontal gene transfer and the evolution of microvirid coliphage genomes
DR Rokyta, CL Burch, SB Caudle, HA Wichman
Journal of bacteriology 188 (3), 1134-1142, 2006
Linking the transcriptome and proteome to characterize the venom of the eastern diamondback rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus)
MJ Margres, JJ McGivern, KP Wray, M Seavy, K Calvin, DR Rokyta
Journal of proteomics 96, 145-158, 2014
Epistasis between beneficial mutations and the phenotype-to-fitness map for a ssDNA virus
DR Rokyta, P Joyce, SB Caudle, C Miller, CJ Beisel, HA Wichman
PLoS Genet 7 (6), e1002075, 2011
The genesis of an exceptionally lethal venom in the timber rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus) revealed through comparative venom-gland transcriptomics
DR Rokyta, KP Wray, MJ Margres
BMC genomics 14 (1), 1-21, 2013
A general extreme value theory model for the adaptation of DNA sequences under strong selection and weak mutation
P Joyce, DR Rokyta, CJ Beisel, HA Orr
Genetics 180 (3), 1627-1643, 2008
Experimental genomic evolution: extensive compensation for loss of DNA ligase activity in a virus
D Rokyta, MR Badgett, IJ Molineux, JJ Bull
Molecular Biology and Evolution 19 (3), 230-238, 2002
The genetics of adaptation for eight microvirid bacteriophages
DR Rokyta, Z Abdo, HA Wichman
Journal of Molecular Evolution 69 (3), 229-239, 2009
Testing the extreme value domain of attraction for distributions of beneficial fitness effects
CJ Beisel, DR Rokyta, HA Wichman, P Joyce
Genetics 176 (4), 2441-2449, 2007
Post-transcriptional mechanisms contribute little to phenotypic variation in snake venoms
DR Rokyta, MJ Margres, K Calvin
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 5 (11), 2375-2382, 2015
The transcriptomic and proteomic basis for the evolution of a novel venom phenotype within the Timber Rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus)
DR Rokyta, KP Wray, JJ McGivern, MJ Margres
Toxicon 98, 34-48, 2015
RNA-seq and high-definition mass spectrometry reveal the complex and divergent venoms of two rear-fanged colubrid snakes
JJ McGivern, KP Wray, MJ Margres, ME Couch, SP Mackessy, DR Rokyta
BMC genomics 15 (1), 1-18, 2014
Properties of adaptive walks on uncorrelated landscapes under strong selection and weak mutation
DR Rokyta, CJ Beisel, P Joyce
Journal of Theoretical Biology 243 (1), 114-120, 2006
Experimental evolution yields hundreds of mutations in a functional viral genome
JJ Bull, MR Badgett, D Rokyta, IJ Molineux
Journal of molecular evolution 57 (3), 241-248, 2003
Contrasting modes and tempos of venom expression evolution in two snake species
MJ Margres, JJ McGivern, M Seavy, KP Wray, J Facente, DR Rokyta
Genetics 199 (1), 165-176, 2015
Molecular mechanisms underlying intraspecific variation in snake venom
DR Amazonas, JA Portes-Junior, MY Nishiyama-Jr, CA Nicolau, ...
Journal of proteomics 181, 60-72, 2018
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