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1. A liposome assay showing the absence of scrambling in TTYH proteins and a lipidomics analysis of TTYH2
2021. Sukalskaia, Anastasiia and Dutzler, Raimund. The Tweety homologues (TTYHs) are members of a conserved family of eukaryotic membrane proteins that are abundant in the brain. The three human par... Nature Communications. University of Zurich.
2019. Movshovitz, Naor, Fortney, Jonathan, Mankovich, Chris, Thorngren, Daniel, and Helled, Ravit. We ran a Markov-Chain Monte Carlo algorithm to derive the posterior distribution of density profiles for Saturn, where the likelihood function was ... The Astrophysical Journal. University of California, Santa Cruz and University of Zurich.
3. Accompanied versus unaccompanied walking for continuous oxygen saturation measurement during 6-min walk test in COPD: A randomised cross-over study
2021. Riegler, Thomas F., Frei, Anja, Haile, Sarah R., and Radtke, Thomas. Is there is a difference in the 6-Minute Walk Test (6MWT) distance when the assessor accompanies the patient to continuously measure oxygen saturat... ERJ Open Research. Berner Reha Zentrum AG* and University of Zurich.
2020. Moore, Bronte, Connor, Richard, Allen, Simon, Krützen, Michael, and King, Stephanie. Synchronous displays are hallmarks of many animal societies, ranging from the pulsing flashes of fireflies, to military marching in humans. Such di... Proceedings of the Royal Society B. University of Western Australia, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, University of Bristol, and University of Zurich.
2021. Limberger, Romana and Fussmann, Gregor. Evolution might rescue populations from extinction in changing environments. Using experimental evolution with microalgae, we investigated if compe... Proceedings of the Royal Society B. University of Zurich and McGill University.
2020. Bachmann, Judith C. and Van Buskirk, Josh. We performed a reciprocal transplant experiment to estimate “parallel” adaptation to elevation and “unique” adaptation to local sites at the same e... Evolution. University of Zurich.
7. Additive and mostly adaptive plastic responses of gene expression to multiple stress in Tribolium castaneum
2020. Koch, Eva and Guillaume, Frédéric. Gene expression is known to be highly responsive to the environment and important for adjustment of metabolism but there is also growing evidence t... PLOS Genetics. University of Zurich.
8. Affiliation history and age similarity predict alliance formation in adult male bottlenose dolphins
2019. Gerber, Livia, Connor, Richard, King, Stephanie, Allen, Simon, Wittwer, Samuel, Bizzozzero, Manuela, Friedman, Whitney, Kalberer, Stephanie, Sherwin, William, Wild, Sonja, Willems, Erik, and Kruetzen, Michael. Male alliances are an intriguing phenomenon in the context of reproduction since, in most taxa, males compete over an indivisible resource, female ... Behavioral Ecology. University of Zurich, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, University of Bristol, University of California, Santa Barbara, Frankfurt Zoological Society, UNSW Sydney, and University of Konstanz.
2020. Cozzi, Gabriele, Behr, Dominik M., Webster, Hugh S., Claase, Megan, Bryce, Caleb M., McNutt, John W., and Ozgul, Arpat. Successful conservation of species that roam and disperse over large areas requires detailed understanding of their movement patterns and connec... The Journal of Wildlife Management. University of Zurich and Botswana Predator Conservation Trust.
2021. Leigh, Deborah, Lischer, Heidi, Guillaume, Frederic, Grossen, Christine, and Gunther, Torsten. Identifying local adaptation in bottlenecked species is essential for conservation management. Selection detection methods have an important role i... Molecular Ecology Resources. Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research, University of Bern, University of Helsinki, and University of Zurich.