Publications

In Press
Jagoda E, Lawson DJ, Wall JD, Lambert D, Muller C, Westaway M, Leavesley M, Capellini TD, Lahr MM, Gerbault P, et al. Disentangling Immediate Adaptive Introgression from Selection on Standing Introgressed Variation in Humans. Molecular Biology and Evolution. In Press.
Guo M, Liu Z, Willen J, Shaw CP, Richard D, Jagoda E, Doxey AC, Hirschhorn JN, Capellini TD. Epigenetic profiling of growth plate chondrocytes sheds insight into regulatory genetic variation influencing height. eLife. In Press.
2017
Capellini TD, Chen H, Cao J, Doxey AC, Kiapour A, Schoor M, Kingsley DM. Ancient selection for derived alleles at a GDF5 enhancer influencing human growth and osteoarthritis risk. Nature Genetics [Internet]. 2017;49 (8) :1202-1210. Publisher's Version
Capellini TD, Dingwall H. Combining genetic and developmental methods to study musculoskeletal evolution in primates. In: Building Bones. Cambridge University Press ; 2017.
2016
Cao J, Wei C, Zhang S, Capellini TD, al et. Screening of reproduction-related single-nucleotide variations from MeDIP-seq data in sheep. Mol Reprod Dev [Internet]. 2016;Nov;83 (11) :958-967. Publisher's Version
Reiter T, Jagoda E, Capellini TD. Dietary Variation and Evolution of Gene Copy Number among Dog Breeds. Plos One [Internet]. 2016;Feb 10;11 (2) :e0148899. Publisher's Version
Young NM, Capellini TD, Roach NT, Alemseged Z. Reply to Almécija: A new direction for reconstructing our last common ancestor with chimpanzees. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. [Internet]. 2016;Feb 23;113 (8) :E945. Publisher's Version
Young NM, Capellini TD, Roach NT, Alemseged Z. Reply to Almécija: A new direction for reconstructing our last common ancestor with chimpanzees. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. [Internet]. 2016;Feb 23;113 (8) :E945. Publisher's Version
Chen H, Capellini TD, Schoor M, Mortlock D, Reddi H, Kingsley DM. Heads, Shoulders, Elbows, Knees, and Toes: Modular Gdf5 Enhancers Control Different Joints in the Vertebrate Skeleton. Plos Genetics [Internet]. 2016;Nov 30;12 (11) ::e1006454. Publisher's Version
Young N, Capellini TD. Out on a limb: development and the evolution of the human appendages. In: Evolutionary Developmental Anthropology. Wiley Press ; 2016.
2015
Young NM, Capellini TD, Roach NT, Alemseged Z. Reply to Melillo: Woranso-Mille is consistent with an australopithecine shoulder intermediate between African apes and Homo. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. [Internet]. 2015;Dec 29;112 (52) :E7160. Publisher's Version
Cao J, al et. DNA methylation Landscape of body size variation in sheep. Scientific Reports [Internet]. 2015;Oct 16; 5 :13950. Publisher's Version
Young N, Capellini TD, Roach N, Alemseged Z. Evidence from Fossil Hominin Shoulders Supports an African Ape Morphotype of the Last Common Ancestor. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. [Internet]. 2015;Sep 22;112 (38) :11829-34. Publisher's Version
Sears KE, Capellini TD, Diogo R. On the serial homology of the pectoral and pelvic girdles of tetrapods. Evolution. [Internet]. 2015;Oct;69 (10) :2543-55. Publisher's Version
2012
Koss M, Bolze A, Brendolan A, Saggese M, Capellini TD, Bojilova E, Boisson B, Prall OW, Elliott DA, Solloway M, et al. (2012) Congenital Asplenia in Mice and Humans with Mutations in a Pbx/Nkx2-5/p15 Module. Developmental Cell. 2012;22 :913-26.
2011
Capellini TD, Zappavigna V, Selleri L. (2011) Pbx homeodomain proteins: TALEnted regulators of limb patterning and outgrowth. . Developmental Dynamics . 2011;240 :1063-86.
Capellini TD, Handschuh K, Quintana L, Ferretti E, Di Giacomo G, Fantini S, Vaccari G, Clarke SL, Wenger AM, Berjano G, et al. (2011) Control of pelvic girdle development by genes of the Pbx family and Emx2. . Developmental Dynamics. 2011;240 :1173-89.
2010
McLean CY, Reno PL, Pollen AA, Bassan AI, Capellini TD, Guenther C, Indjeian VB, Lim X, Menke DB, Schaar BT, et al. (2010) Human-specific loss of regulatory DNA and the evolution of human-specific traits. . Nature. 2010;471 :216-9.
Capellini TD, Vaccari G, Ferretti E, Fantini S, He M, Pellegrini M, Quintana L, Di Giacomo G, Sharpe J, Selleri L, et al. (2010) Scapula development is governed by genetic interactions of Pbx1 with its family members and with Emx2 via their cooperative control of Alx1. Development. 2010;137 :2259-69.

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