|Copy number polymorphism in Fcgr3 predisposes to glomerulonephritis in rats and humans|
TJ Aitman, R Dong, TJ Vyse, PJ Norsworthy, MD Johnson, J Smith, ...
Nature 439 (7078), 851-855, 2006
|The genomes of two key bumblebee species with primitive eusocial organization|
BM Sadd, SM Barribeau, G Bloch, DC De Graaf, P Dearden, CG Elsik, ...
Genome biology 16 (1), 1-32, 2015
|Demographic histories and genetic diversity across pinnipeds are shaped by human exploitation, ecology and life-history|
MA Stoffel, E Humble, AJ Paijmans, K Acevedo-Whitehouse, BL Chilvers, ...
Nature Communications 9 (1), 4836, 2018
|Chronic hypoxia in the human neuroblastoma SH-SY5Y causes reduced expression of the putative α-secretases, ADAM10 and TACE, without altering their mRNA levels|
AJ Marshall, M Rattray, PFT Vaughan
Brain research 1099 (1), 18-24, 2006
|Heterozygote advantage at MHC DRB may influence response to infectious disease epizootics|
AJ Osborne, J Pearson, SS Negro, BL Chilvers, MA Kennedy, ...
Molecular ecology 24 (7), 1419-1432, 2015
|Genome-wide DNA methylation analysis of heavy cannabis exposure in a New Zealand longitudinal cohort|
AJ Osborne, JF Pearson, AJ Noble, NJ Gemmell, LJ Horwood, JM Boden, ...
Translational Psychiatry 10 (1), 114, 2020
|Genome-wide loss of diversity in the critically endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal|
JK Schultz, AJ Marshall, M Pfunder
Diversity 2 (6), 863-880, 2010
|Genetic Evidence of a Population Bottleneck and Inbreeding in the Endangered New Zealand Sea Lion, Phocarctos hookeri|
AJ Osborne, SS Negro, BL Chilvers, BC Robertson, MA Kennedy, ...
Journal of Heredity 107 (5), 392-402, 2016
|Innovative pandanus-tool folding by New Caledonian crows|
GR Hunt, J Abdelkrim, MG Anderson, JC Holzhaider, AJ Marshall, ...
Australian Journal of Zoology 55 (5), 291-298, 2007
|Unique and isolated: population structure has implications for management of the endangered New Zealand sea lion|
CJ Collins, BL Chilvers, A Osborne, M Taylor, B Robertson
Conservation Genetics, 2017
|Extensive variation at MHC DRB in the New Zealand sea lion (Phocarctos hookeri) provides evidence for balancing selection|
AJ Osborne, M Zavodna, BL Chilvers, BC Robertson, SS Negro, ...
Heredity 111 (1), 44-56, 2013
|A validation of Illumina EPIC array system with bisulfite-based amplicon sequencing|
AJ Noble, JF Pearson, JM Boden, LJ Horwood, NJ Gemmell, MA Kennedy, ...
PeerJ 9, e10762, 2021
|Development of a predicted physical map of microsatellite locus positions for pinnipeds, with wider applicability to the Carnivora|
AJ Osborne, R Brauning, JK Schultz, MA Kennedy, J Slate, NJ Gemmell
Molecular Ecology Resources 11 (3), 503-513, 2011
|A phenotypic hangover: the predictive adaptive response and multigenerational effects of altered nutrition on the transcriptome of Drosophila melanogaster|
AJ Osborne, PK Dearden
Environmental epigenetics 3 (4), dvx019, 2017
|A final frontier in environment-genome interactions? Integrated, multi-omic approaches to predictions of non-communicable disease risk|
AJ Noble, RV Purcell, AT Adams, YK Lam, PM Ring, JR Anderson, ...
Frontiers in Genetics 13, 177, 2022
|Assessment of genetic variation in the threatened New Zealand sea lion, Phocarctos hookeri, and its association with fitness|
University of Otago, 2011
|Examining the Role of Components of Slc11a1 (Nramp1) in the Susceptibility of New Zealand Sea Lions (Phocarctos hookeri) to Disease|
AJ Osborne, J Pearson, BL Chilvers, MA Kennedy, NJ Gemmell
Plos one 10 (4), e0122703, 2015
|DNA methylation analysis using bisulphite-based amplicon sequencing of individuals exposed to maternal tobacco use during pregnancy, and offspring conduct problems in childhood
AJ Noble, JF Pearson, AD Noble, JM Boden, LJ Horwood, MA Kennedy, ...
Reproduction, Fertility and Development 34 (7), 540-548, 2022
|Epigenetics and the Maternal Germline|
AJ Osborne, EJ Duncan, AG Cridge, PK Dearden
Transgenerational Epigenetics: Evidence and Debate, 2014
|What have we learned from longitudinal studies in Aotearoa New Zealand?|
AJ Osborne, JM Broadbent, SMB Morton, JM Boden, R Poulton
Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 53 (4), 425-428, 2023