Samuel Neuenschwander

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27 publications

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Impact of deleterious mutations, sexually antagonistic selection, and mode of recombination suppression on transitions between male and female heterogamety.
Saunders P.A., Neuenschwander S., Perrin N., 2019/09. Heredity, 123 (3) pp. 419-428. Peer-reviewed.
QuantiNemo 2: a Swiss knife to simulate complex demographic and genetic scenarios, forward and backward in time.
Neuenschwander S., Michaud F., Goudet J., 2019/03/01. Bioinformatics, 35 (5) pp. 886-888. Peer-reviewed.
 
Sex-antagonistic genes, XY recombination and feminized Y chromosomes.
Cavoto E., Neuenschwander S., Goudet J., Perrin N., 2018/03. Journal of evolutionary biology, 31 (3) pp. 416-427. Peer-reviewed.
Spatial and temporal genetic dynamics of the grasshopper <i>Oedaleus decorus</i> revealed by museum genomics.
Schmid S., Neuenschwander S., Pitteloud C., Heckel G., Pajkovic M., Arlettaz R., Alvarez N., 2018/02. Ecology and evolution, 8 (3) pp. 1480-1495. Peer-reviewed.
Complex genetic patterns in human arise from a simple range-expansion model over continental landmasses.
Kanitz R., Guillot E.G., Antoniazza S., Neuenschwander S., Goudet J., 2018. PLoS One, 13 (2) pp. e0192460. Peer-reviewed.
Sex chromosome turnovers and genetic drift: a simulation study.
Saunders P.A., Neuenschwander S., Perrin N., 2018. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 31 (9) pp. 1413-1419. Peer-reviewed.
MAR-Mediated transgene integration into permissive chromatin and increased expression by recombination pathway engineering.
Kostyrko K., Neuenschwander S., Junier T., Regamey A., Iseli C., Schmid-Siegert E., Bosshard S., Majocchi S., Le Fourn V., Girod P.A. et al., 2017. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 114 (2) pp. 384-396. Peer-reviewed.
 
Reconstructing the demographic history of divergence between European river and brook lampreys using approximate Bayesian computations.
Rougemont Q., Roux C., Neuenschwander S., Goudet J., Launey S., Evanno G., 2016. PeerJ, 4 pp. e1910.
Genome-Wide Prediction Methods in Highly Diverse and Heterozygous Species: Proof-of-Concept through Simulation in Grapevine.
Fodor A., Segura V., Denis M., Neuenschwander S., Fournier-Level A., Chatelet P., Homa F.A., Lacombe T., This P., Le Cunff L., 2014. PLoS One, 9 (11) pp. e110436. Peer-reviewed.
 
Natural selection in a postglacial range expansion: the case of the colour cline in the European barn owl.
Antoniazza S., Kanitz R., Neuenschwander S., Burri R., Gaigher A., Roulin A., Goudet J., 2014. Molecular Ecology, 23 (22) pp. 5508-5523. Peer-reviewed.
 
Regulation of 11β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 2 by microRNA.
Rezaei M., Andrieu T., Neuenschwander S., Bruggmann R., Mordasini D., Frey F.J., Vogt B., Frey B.M., 2014. Hypertension, 64 (4) pp. 860-866.
 
Sex-chromosome turnovers: the hot-potato model.
Blaser O., Neuenschwander S., Perrin N., 2014. American Naturalist, 183 (1) pp. 140-146. Peer-reviewed.
 
Wheat alleles introgress into selfing wild relatives: empirical estimates from approximate Bayesian computation in Aegilops triuncialis.
Pajkovic M., Lappe S., Barman R., Parisod C., Neuenschwander S., Goudet J., Alvarez N., Guadagnuolo R., Felber F., Arrigo N., 2014. Molecular Ecology, 23 (20) pp. 5089-5101. Peer-reviewed.
 
Evolutionary history of almond tree domestication in the Mediterranean basin.
Delplancke M., Alvarez N., Benoit L., Espíndola A., I Joly H., Neuenschwander S., Arrigo N., 2013. Molecular Ecology, 22 (4) pp. 1092-1104. Peer-reviewed.
 
Sex-chromosome turnovers induced by deleterious mutation load.
Blaser O., Grossen C., Neuenschwander S., Perrin N., 2013. Evolution, 67 (3) pp. 635-645. Peer-reviewed.
 
The balanced lethal system of crested newts: a ghost of sex chromosomes past?
Grossen C., Neuenschwander S., Perrin N., 2012. American Naturalist, 180 (6) pp. E174-E183. Peer-reviewed.
 
The evolution of XY recombination: sexually antagonistic selection versus deleterious mutation load.
Grossen C., Neuenschwander S., Perrin N., 2012. Evolution, 66 (10) pp. 3155-3166. Peer-reviewed.
 
On the maintenance of sex-chromosome polymorphism by sex-antagonistic selection
Blaser O., Neuenschwander S., Perrin N., 2011. American Naturalist, 178 (4) pp. 515-524. Peer-reviewed.
 
Temperature-dependent turnovers in sex-determination mechanisms: a quantitative model.
Grossen C., Neuenschwander S., Perrin N., 2011. Evolution, 65 (1) pp. 64-78. Peer-reviewed.
ABCtoolbox: a versatile toolkit for approximate Bayesian computations.
Wegmann D., Leuenberger C., Neuenschwander S., Excoffier L., 2010. BMC Bioinformatics, 11 (1) p. 116.
 
Colonization history of the Swiss Rhine basin by the bullhead (Cottus gobio): Inference under a Bayesian spatially explicit framework.
Neuenschwander S Largiadèr CR Ray N Currat M Vonlanthen P Excoffier Laurent, 2008. Molecular Ecology, 17 (3) pp. 757-772.
quantiNemo: an individual-based program to simulate quantitative traits with explicit genetic architecture in a dynamic metapopulation.
Neuenschwander S., Hospital F., Guillaume F., Goudet J., 2008. Bioinformatics, 24 (13) pp. 1552-1553. Peer-reviewed.
 
Reply: Reply to Garrigan and Hammer: Ancient lineages and assimilation
Fagundes N J R, Ray N, Beaumont M, Neuenschwander S, Salzano F M, Bonatto S L & Excoffier L , 2008. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 105 pp. E4. Peer-reviewed.
 
Genetic analysis of potential postglacial watershed crossings in Central Europe by the bullhead (Cottus gobio L.).
Vonlanthen P., Excoffier L., Bittner D., Persat H., Neuenschwander S., Largiadèr C.R., 2007. Molecular Ecology, 16 (21) pp. 4572-4584. Peer-reviewed.
 
Statistical evaluation of alternative models of human evolution.
Fagundes N.J., Ray N., Beaumont M., Neuenschwander S., Salzano F.M., Bonatto S.L., Excoffier L., 2007. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 104 (45) pp. 17614-17619. Peer-reviewed.
 
AQUASPLATCHE: A program to simulate genetic diversity in populations living in linear habitats.
Neuenschwander S., 2006. Molecular Ecology Notes, 6 (3) pp. 583-585. Peer-reviewed.
 
Brood size, sibling competition, and the cost of begging in great tits (Parus major).
Neuenschwander S., Brinkhof Martin W. G., Kölliker M., Richner H., 2003. Behavioral Ecology, 14 (4) pp. 457-462.
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