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Peer reviewed papers on which I am a named author:-

[9] Reliable, verifiable and efficient monitoring of biodiversity via metabarcoding, J.Yinqiu, L.Ashton, S.M.Pedley, D.P.Edwards, Y.Tang, A.Nakamura, R.Kitching, P.M.Dolman, P.Woodcock, F.A.Edwards, T.H.Larsen, W.W. Hsu, S.Benedick, K.C. Hamer, D.S. Wilcove, C.Bruce, X.Wang, T.Levi, M.Lott, B.C.Emerson, D.W.Yu, Ecology Letters, 16(10), 2013, 1245-1257.

[8] Sulforaphane Can Protect Lens Cells Against Oxidative Stress: Implications for Cataract Prevention, H.Liu, A.J.O.Smith, M.Lott, Y.Bao, R.P.Bowater, J.R.Reddan, I.M.Wormstone, Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 54, 2013, 5236-5248.

[7] Activation of the innate immune response and interferon signalling in myotonic dystrophy type 1 and type 2 cataracts, J.Rhodes, M.Lott, S.Russell, V.Moulton, J.Sanderson, M.Wormstone, D.Broadway, Human Molecular Genetics, 21(4), 2012, 852-862.

[6] RDP3: A flexible and fast computer program for analysing recombination, D.Martin, P.Lemey, M.Lott, V.Moulton, D.Posada, P.Lefeuvre, Bioinformatics, 26(19), 2462-2463, 2010.

[5] Detecting recombination and identifying hybrids in viral sequence alignments using a quartet scanning approach, P.Lemey, M.Lott, D.Martin, V.Moulton, BMC Bioinformatics, 2009, 10:126.

[4] PADRE: A Package for Analyzing and Displaying Reticulate Evolution, M.Lott, A.Spillner, K.Huber, V.Moulton, Bioinformatics, 25, 2009, 1199-1200.

[3] Inferring polyploid phylogenies from multiply-labeled gene trees, M.Lott, A.Spillner, K.Huber, A.Petri, B.Oxelman, V.Moulton, BMC Evolutionary Biology, 2009, 9:216.

[2] The complexity of deriving multi-labeled trees from bipartitions, K.Huber, M.Lott, V.Moulton, A.Spillner, Journal of Computational Biology, 15(6), 2008, 639-651.

[1] Reconstructing the evolutionary history of polyploids from multi-labelled trees, K.Huber, B.Oxelman, M.Lott, V.Moulton, Molecular Biology and Evolution, 23, 2006, 1784-1791.

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