|A draft sequence of the Neandertal genome|
RE Green, J Krause, AW Briggs, T Maricic, U Stenzel, M Kircher, ...
science 328 (5979), 710-722, 2010
|Genetic history of an archaic hominin group from Denisova Cave in Siberia|
D Reich, RE Green, M Kircher, J Krause, N Patterson, EY Durand, B Viola, ...
Nature 468 (7327), 1053, 2010
|The complete mitochondrial DNA genome of an unknown hominin from southern Siberia|
J Krause, Q Fu, JM Good, B Viola, MV Shunkov, AP Derevianko, S Pääbo
Nature 464 (7290), 894-897, 2010
|Harnessing the power of RADseq for ecological and evolutionary genomics|
KR Andrews, JM Good, MR Miller, G Luikart, PA Hohenlohe
Nature Reviews Genetics 17 (2), 81, 2016
|A complete Neandertal mitochondrial genome sequence determined by high-throughput sequencing|
RE Green, AS Malaspinas, J Krause, AW Briggs, PLF Johnson, C Uhler, ...
Cell 134 (3), 416-426, 2008
|Targeted retrieval and analysis of five Neandertal mtDNA genomes|
AW Briggs, JM Good, RE Green, J Krause, T Maricic, U Stenzel, ...
Science 325 (5938), 318-321, 2009
|The bonobo genome compared with the chimpanzee and human genomes|
K Prüfer, K Munch, I Hellmann, K Akagi, JR Miller, B Walenz, S Koren, ...
Nature 486 (7404), 527-531, 2012
|Targeted investigation of the Neandertal genome by array-based sequence capture|
HA Burbano, E Hodges, RE Green, AW Briggs, J Krause, M Meyer, ...
science 328 (5979), 723-725, 2010
|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
|Rabbit genome analysis reveals a polygenic basis for phenotypic change during domestication|
M Carneiro, CJ Rubin, F Di Palma, FW Albert, J Alföldi, AM Barrio, ...
Science 345 (6200), 1074-1079, 2014
|Investigating the evolutionary history of the Pacific Northwest mesic forest ecosystem: hypothesis testing within a comparative phylogeographic framework|
BC Cartens, SJ Brunsfeld, JR Demboski, JM Good, J Sullivan
Evolution 59 (8), 1639-1652, 2005
|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
|Targeted capture in evolutionary and ecological genomics|
MR Jones, JM Good
Molecular ecology 25 (1), 185-202, 2016
|Asymmetry and polymorphism of hybrid male sterility during the early stages of speciation in house mice|
JM Good, MA Handel, MW Nachman
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 62 (1), 50-65, 2008
|Ancient hybridization and mitochondrial capture between two species of chipmunks|
JM Good, S Hird, N Reid, JR Demboski, SJ Steppan, TR MARTIN‐NIMS, ...
Molecular Ecology 17 (5), 1313-1327, 2008
|A complex genetic basis to X-linked hybrid male sterility between two species of house mice|
JM Good, MD Dean, MW Nachman
Genetics 179 (4), 2213-2228, 2008
|Genomics of hybridization and its evolutionary consequences|
RJ Abbott, NH Barton, JM Good
Molecular ecology, 2016
|Widespread over-expression of the X chromosome in sterile F 1 hybrid mice|
JM Good, T Giger, MD Dean, MW Nachman
PLoS Genet 6 (9), e1001148, 2010
|Rates of protein evolution are positively correlated with developmental timing of expression during mouse spermatogenesis|
JM Good, MW Nachman
Molecular Biology and Evolution 22 (4), 1044-1052, 2005
|Phylogeography and introgressive hybridization: chipmunks (genus Tamias) in the northern Rocky Mountains|
JM Good, JR Demboski, DW Nagorsen, J Sullivan
Evolution 57 (8), 1900-1916, 2003