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May-2009Evolutionary dynamics and sites of illegitimate recombination revealed in the interspersion and sequence junctions of two nonhomologous satellite DNAs in cactophilic Drosophila species.Kuhn, GC; Teo, CH; Schwarzacher, T; Heslop-Harrison, JSJournal Article
1-Oct-2003Molecular cytogenetic analysis and centromeric satellite organization of a novel 8;11 translocation in sheep: A possible intermediate in biarmed chromosome evolutionChaves, R; Adega, F; Guedes-Pinto, H; Wienberg, J; Heslop-Harrison, JSJournal Article
Oct-2010The non-regular orbit: three satellite DNAs in Drosophila martensis (buzzatii complex, repleta group) followed three different evolutionary pathways.Kuhn, GC; Schwarzacher, T; Heslop-Harrison, JSJournal Article
14-Apr-2006Optical fluorescence of biological samples using STJsFraser, GW; Smith, SJ; Heslop-Harrison, JS; Schwarzacher, T; Verhoeve, P; Peacock, AJournal Article
Dec-2008The CACTA transposon Bot1 played a major role in Brassica genome divergence and gene proliferationAlix, K; Joets, J; Ryder, CD; Moore, J; Barker, GC; Bailey, JP; Heslop-Harrison, JS; King, GJJournal Article
Mar-2008Wheat neocentromeres found in F1 triticaleƗtritordeum hybrids (AABBRH) after 5-azacytidine treatmentCarvalho, A; Guedes-Pinto, H; Lima-Brito, J; Heslop-Harrison, JSJournal Article
2002LINEs and gypsy-like retrotransposons in Hordeum speciesVershinin, AV; Druka, A; Kleinhofs, A; Alkhimova, AG; Heslop-Harrison, JSJournal Article
1-May-2003Planning for remodelling: Nuclear architecture, chromatin and chromosomesHeslop-Harrison, JSJournal Article
Apr-2008Retroelement insertional polymorphisms, diversity and phylogeography within diploid, D-genome Aegilops tauschii (Triticeae, Poaceae) sub-taxa in Iran.Saeidi, H; Rahiminejad, MR; Heslop-Harrison, JSJournal Article
Sep-2010Genes in evolution: the control of diversity and speciation.Heslop-Harrison, JSJournal Article