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In Review
  1. A. G. Meyer and C. O. Wilke (under initial review at PLOS Biology). Dissecting the selection pressures shaping influenza H3N2 hemagglutinin evolution.
  2. A. H. Kachroo, J. M. Laurent, C. M. Yellman, A. G. Meyer, C. O. Wilke and E. M. Marcotte (under initial review at Science). Systematic humanization of yeast genes reveals conserved functions and genetic modularity.
  1. V. Sridhara, A. G. Meyer, J. E. Barrick, P. Ravikumar, D. Segre, and C. O. Wilke (2014). Predicting bacterial growth conditions from metabolic output by flux balance analysis. PLOS ONE. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0114608
  2. J. E. Barrick, G. Colburn, D. E. Deatherage, C. C. Traverse, M. D. Strand, J. J Borges, D. D. Knoester, A. Reba and A. G. Meyer (2014). Identifying structural variation in haploid microbial genomes from short-read re-sequencing data using breseq. BMC Genomics, 15:1039. doi:10.1186/1471-2164-15-1039. Highly Accessed
  3. A. Shahmoradi, D. K. Sydykova, S. J. Spielman, E. L. Jackson, E. T. Dawson, A. G. Meyer, and C. O. Wilke (2014). Predicting evolutionary site variability from structure in viral proteins: buriedness, flexibility, and design. Journal of Molecular Evolution. doi:10.1007/s00239-014-9644-x
  4. A. G. Meyer, S. L. Sawyer, A. D. Ellington, and C. O. Wike (2014). Analyzing Machupo virus-receptor binding by molecular dynamics simulations. PeerJ, 2:e266. doi:10.7717/peerj.266
  5. K. Fuson, A. Rice, R. Mahling, A. Snow, K. Nayak, P. Shanbhogue, A. G. Meyer, G. Redpath, A. Hinderliter, S. T. Cooper and R. B. Sutton (2014). Alternate splicing of dysferlin C2A confers Ca2+-dependent and Ca2+-independent binding for membrane repair. Structure. doi:10.1016/j.str.2013.10.001
  1. M. Tien, A. G. Meyer, D. K. Sydykova, S. J. Spielman, and C. O. Wilke (2013). Maximum allowed solvent accessibilities of residues in proteins. PLOS ONE. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0080635
  2. M. Tien, D. K. Sydykova, A. G. Meyer, and C. O. Wilke (2013). A simple Python library to generate model peptides. PeerJ, 1:e80. doi:10.7717/peerj.80
  3. A. G. Meyer, E. T. Dawson, and C. O. Wilke (2013). Cross-species comparison of site-specific evolutionary-rate variation in influenza hemagglutinin. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. doi:10.1098/rstb.2012.033
  4. A. G. Meyer and C. O. Wilke (2013). Integrating sequence variation and protein structure to identify sites under selection. Molecular Biology and Evolution. doi:10.1093/molbev/mss217
  1. M. P. Scherrer, A. G. Meyer and C. O. Wilke (2012). Modeling coding-sequence evolution within the context of residue solvent accessibility. BMC Evolutionary Biology. doi:10.1186/1471-2148-12-179
  2. A. Reba, A. G. Meyer and J. E. Barrick (2012) Computational tests of a thermal cycling strategy to isolate more complex functional nucleic acid motifs from random sequence pools by in vitro selection. In: C. Adami et al. (eds.). Artificial Life XIII: Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems. pp 473-480. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Awarded Best Synthetic Biology Paper. doi:10.7551/978-0-262-31050-5-ch062
Before 2012
  1. Y. G. Celebi, R. L. Lichti, H. N. Bani-Salameh, A. G. Meyer, B. R. Carroll, J. E. Vernon, P. J. C. King and S. F. J. Cox (2009). Muonium transitions in 4H silicon carbide. Physica B, 404:845-884.. doi:10.1016/j.physb.2008.11.155
  2. H. N. Bani-Salameh, A. G. Meyer, B. R. Carroll, R. L. Lichti, K. H. Chow, P. J. C. King and S. F. J. Cox (2007). Charge-state transitions of muonium in 6H silicon carbide. Physica B, 401-402:631-634. doi:10.1016/j.physb.2007.09.039
  1. S. J. Spielman*, A. G. Meyer* and C. O. Wilke (2014). Increased evolutionary rate in the 2014 West African Ebola outbreak is due to transient polymorphism and not positive selection. *equal contributions
  2. R. E. Solnick* and A. G. Meyer* (2014). Law should allow physicians to use their judgement. Texas Medicine, 110(11):11-12 *equal contributions