Publications

 

In Preparation/ Submitted

Guio, L., and González J.  New insights on the evolution of genome content: population dynamics of transposable elements in flies and humans. Methods in Molecular Biology (Invited book chapter, submitted).

 

Preprints

39.  Guio, L., Vieira, C., and González, J. Stress affects the epigenetic marks added by Bari-Jheh: a natural insertion associated with two adaptive phenotypes in Drosophila. 
bioRxiv

 

Published

2017

38. Horváth, V*., Merenciano, M*, and González J.  Revisiting the relationship between transposable elements and the eukaryotic stress response. Trends in Genetics (accepted).
*Both authors contributed equally

MEE copy37. Villanueva-Cañas, J.L., Rech, G., de Cara M.A.R., and González J. Beyond SNPs: how to detect selection on transposable element insertions. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8: 728-737.
Abstract | PDF | Methods Blog

 

 

36. Le, H., Guio, L., Merenciano, M., Rovira, Q., Barrón, M.G., González, J. Natural and laboratory mutations in kuzbanian are associated with heavy metal stress phenotypes in Drosophila melanogaster. Scientifc Reports  7:42663 | DOI: 10.1038/srep426632017.
Abstract | PDF

 

 

2016

Print35. Merenciano, M., Ullastres, A., de Cara M.A.R., Barrón M.G., and González, J. Multiple independent retrotransposon insertions in the promoter of a stress response gene have variable molecular and functional effects in Drosophila. PLoS Genetics, 12(8):e1006249.  2016.
Abstract | PDF

 

34. Ullastres, A., Merenciano, M., Guio, L., and González, J. Transposable Elements: a toolkit for stress and environmental adaptation in bacteria. In: Stress and Environmental Control of Gene Expression in Bacteria (pp 137) . Frans J. de Bruijn, Editor. Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, 2016.
Abstract 

33. Bergland, A.O., Tobler, R., GonzálezJ., Schmidt, P., Petrov, D.A. Secondary contact and local adaptation contribute to genome-wide patterns of clinal variation in Drosophila melanogaster. Molecular Ecology 25: 1157-1174, 2016.
Abstract | News and Views  | Haldane´s sieve

 

2015

32. González J, Martinez J, and Makalowski W. Lack of population differentiation patterns of previously identified putatively adaptive transposable element insertions at microgeographic scales. Biology Direct, 10: 50, 2015.
Abstract | PDF

31. Guio, L., and González J. The dominance effect of the adaptive transposable element insertion Bari-Jheh depends on the genetic background. Genome Biology and Evolution 7 (5): 1260-1266, 2015.
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Ullastres_msv061_low30. Ullastres, A., Petit N., and GonzálezJ. Exploring the phenotypic space and the evolutionary history of a natural mutation in Drosophila melanogaster. Molecular Biology and  Evolution 32 (7): 1800-1814, 2015.
Abstract | PDF | Supp. Mat. | Haldane´s sieve

 

29. Fiston-Lavier A.-S., Barrón M.G., Petrov D.A. and González, J. T-lex 2: genotyping, frequency estimation and re-annotation of transposable elements using single or pooled next-generation sequencing data. Nucleic Acids Research 43 (4): e22, 2015.
Abstract
| PDF | Supp. Mat.

 

2014

28. Barrón, M.G., Fiston-Lavier, A-S, Petrov, D. and González, J. Population Genomics of Transposable Elements in Drosophila. Annual Review Genetics 48 (1): 561-581, 2014.
Abstract  | PDF

27. Mateo, L., Ullastes, A., and González, J. A transposable element insertion confers xenobiotic resistance in Drosophila. PLoS Genetics 10 (8): e1004560, 2014.
Abstract  PDF | PRBB Inside

 

 

26. Mateo,L., and González J.  Pogo-like transposases have been repeatedly domesticated into CENP-B related proteins. Genome Biology and Evolution 6 (8): 2008-2016, 2014.
Abstrac | PDF | PRBB Inside

 

 

25. Ayala, D., Ullastres, A. and González, J. Adaptation through chromosomal inversions in Anopheles. Frontiers in Genetics 5: 129. (doi: 10.3389/fgene.2014.00129), 2014.
Abstract | PDF | PRBB Inside

 

24. Guio, L., Barrón, M.G., and González, J. The transposable element Bari-Jheh mediates oxidative stress response in Drosophila. Molecular Ecology 23: 2020-2030, 2014. (doi: 10.1111/mec.12711).
Abstract |

 

2013

23. Casacuberta, E. and González, J. The impact of transposable elements in environmental adaptation (Invited review). Molecular Ecology 22: 1503-1517, 2013.
Abstract | PDF

 

 

2012

Drosophila_grey522. Zhu, Y., Bergland, A. O., González, J. and Petrov, D.A. Empirical validation of pooled genome population re-sequencing in Drosophila melanogaster. PLoS One 7 (7): e41901, 2012.
Abstract | PDF

21. González, J. and Petrov, D.A. Evolution of genome content: population dynamics of transposable elements in flies and humans. Methods in Molecular Biology 855: 361-83, 2012.
Abstract

20. Calvete, O., González, J*., Betran E., and Ruiz, A. Segmental duplication, microinversion and gene loss associated with a complex inversion breakpoint region in Drosophila. Molecular Biology and Evolution 29 (7): 1875-1889, 2012 (*corresponding author).
Abstract | PDF| Supp. Mat.

 

2011
19. Fiston-Lavier, A.-S., Carrigan, M. Petrov, D.A., and González, J. T-lex: A program for fast and accurate assessment of transposable element presence using next-generation sequencing data. Nucleic Acids Research 39 (6): e36, 2011.
Abstract | PDF| Supp. Mat.

18. Petrov, D.A., Fiston-Lavier, A.-S. Lenkov, K., Lipatov, M., and González, J. Population genomics of transposable elements in D. melanogaster. Molecular Biology and Evolution 28 (5): 1633-1644, 2011.
Abstract | PDF| Supp. Mat.

 

2010
17. González, J., Karasov, T.L., Messer, P.W. and Petrov, D.A. Genome-wide patterns of adaptation to temperate environments associated with transposable elements in Drosophila. PLoS Genetics, 6(4): e1000905, 2010.
Abstract | PDF | Supp. Mat. |Faculty of 1000

 


2009

16. González, J. and Petrov, D.A. MITEs: the ultimate parasites. Science, 325: 1352-1353, 2009.
Abstract | PDF

15. González, J. and Petrov, D.A. The adaptive role of transposable elements in the Drosophila genome. Gene, 448: 124-133, 2009.
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14. González, J., Macpherson, J. M., and Petrov D. A. A recent adaptive transposable element insertion near highly conserved developmental loci in Drosophila melanogaster. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 26 (9): 1949-1961, 2009.
Abstract | PDF | Supp. Mat.

13. Prazeres da Costa, O., González, J*., and Ruiz A*. Molecular characterization of the breakpoints of inversion 5g in D. buzzatii, *these authors contributed equally. Chromosoma, 118:349-360, 2009.
Abstract | PDFUAB divulga

12. Barker, J.S.F., Frydenberg, J., González, J., Davies, H.I, Ruiz, A. Sørensen, J. G., and Loeschcke, V. Bottlenecks, population differentiation and apparent selection at microsatellite loci in Australian Drosophila buzzatii. Heredity, 102:389-401, 2009.
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11. González, J.*, Macpherson, J. M.*, Messer, P.*, and Petrov D. A. Inferring the strength of selection in Drosophila under complex demographic models, *these authors contribute equally. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 26 (3): 513-526, 2009.
Abstract | PDF | Supp. Mat.

 

2008
10. González, J., Lenkov, K., Lipatov, M., Macpherson, J. M., and Petrov, D. A. High rate of recent transposable element-induced adaptation in Drosophila melanogaster. PLoS Biology, 10 (6): e251, 2008.
Abstract | PDF | Supp. Mat. |Faculty of 1000

9
. Macpherson, J. M., González, J., Witten, D. M., Davis, J. C., Rosenberg, N. A., Hirsh, A. E., and Petrov D. A. Nonadaptive explanations for signatures of partial selective sweeps in Drosophila. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 25 (6): 1025-1042, 2008.
Abstract | PDF

 

2007
8. González, J., Casals, F. and Ruiz A. Testing chromosomal phylogenies and inversion breakpoint reuse in Drosophila. Genetics, 175 (1): 167-177, 2007.
Abstract | PDF | Supp. Mat.

 

2006
7. Casals, F., González, J., and Ruiz, A. Abundance and chromosomal distribution of six Drosophila buzzatii transposons: BuT1, BuT2, BuT3, BuT4, BuT5 and BuT6. Chromosoma, 115 (5): 403-412, 2006.
Abstract | PDF

 

2005
6. González, J., Nefedov, M., Bosdet, I., Casals, F., Calvete, O., Delprat, A., Shin, H., Chiu, R., Mathewson, C., Wye, N., Hoskins, R. A., Schein, J. E., de Jong, P., and Ruiz, A. A BAC-based physical map of the Drosophila buzzatii genome. Genome Research, 15 (6): 885-892, 2005.
Abstract | PDF | Supp. Mat.

5. Casals, F., Cáceres, M., Manfrin, M. H., González, J., and Ruiz, A. Molecular characterization and chromosomal distribution of Galileo, Kepler and Newton, three foldback transposable elements of the Drosophila buzzatii species complex. Genetics,169 (4): 2047-2059, 2005.
Abstract | PDF | Supp. Mat.

 

2004
4. González, J., Casals, F., and Ruiz, A. Duplicative and conservative transpositions of the Larval serum protein 1 genes in the genus Drosophila. Genetics,168 (1): 253-264, 2004.
Abstract | PDF | Supp Mat

 

2003
3. Ranz, J.M., González, J., Casals, F., and Ruiz, A. Low occurrence of gene transposition events during the evolution of the genus Drosophila. Evolution, 57 (6): 1325-1335, 2003.
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2002
2. González, J., Ranz, J. M., and Ruiz, A. Chromosomal elements evolve at different rates in the Drosophila genome. Genetics, 161 (3): 1137-1154, 2002.
Abstract | PDF

 

2000
1. González, J., Betrán, E., Ashburner, M., and Ruiz A. Molecular organization of the Drosophila melanogaster Adh chromosomal region in D. repleta and D. buzzatii, two distantly related species of the Drosophila subgenus. Chromosome Research, 8 (5): 375-385, 2000.
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