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Research Interests for Jenny Tung

Research Interests: primate behavior, hybridization, gene regulation

Keywords:
Aging, Behavior, Animal, Epigenomics, Gene Expression Regulation, Genetic Variation, Hybridization, Genetic, Kenya, Papio, Primates, RNA Stability, Social Behavior, Social Environment, Social status
Recent Publications   (search)
  1. Zipple, MN; Archie, EA; Tung, J; Altmann, J; Alberts, SC, Intergenerational effects of early adversity on survival in wild baboons., Elife, vol. 8 (September, 2019) [doi[abs]
  2. Simons, ND; Tung, J, Social Status and Gene Regulation: Conservation and Context Dependence in Primates., Trends in Cognitive Sciences, vol. 23 no. 9 (September, 2019), pp. 722-725 [doi[abs]
  3. Turan, ZG; Parvizi, P; Dönertaş, HM; Tung, J; Khaitovich, P; Somel, M, Molecular footprint of Medawar's mutation accumulation process in mammalian aging., Aging Cell, vol. 18 no. 4 (August, 2019), pp. e12965 [doi[abs]
  4. Grieneisen, LE; Charpentier, MJE; Alberts, SC; Blekhman, R; Bradburd, G; Tung, J; Archie, EA, Genes, geology and germs: gut microbiota across a primate hybrid zone are explained by site soil properties, not host species., Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, vol. 286 no. 1901 (April, 2019), pp. 20190431 [doi[abs]
  5. Devoto, AE; Santini, JM; Olm, MR; Anantharaman, K; Munk, P; Tung, J; Archie, EA; Turnbaugh, PJ; Seed, KD; Blekhman, R; Aarestrup, FM; Thomas, BC; Banfield, JF, Megaphages infect Prevotella and variants are widespread in gut microbiomes., Nature Microbiology, vol. 4 no. 4 (April, 2019), pp. 693-700 [doi[abs]

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