Anna V Kukekova

Additional Campus Affiliations

Affiliate, Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology
Associate Professor, Animal Sciences

Recent Publications

Bastounes, E. R., Rando, H. M., Johnson, J. L., Trut, L. N., Sacks, B. N., Driscoll, C. A., ... Kukekova, A. V. (2019). Four structural variants associated with human-directed sociability in dogs are not found in tame red foxes (Vulpes vulpes). Animal genetics, 50(1), 116-118.

Farré, M., Kim, J., Proskuryakova, A. A., Zhang, Y., Kulemzina, A. I., Li, Q., ... Larkin, D. M. (2019). Evolution of gene regulation in ruminants differs between evolutionary breakpoint regions and homologous synteny blocks. Genome Research, 29(4), 576-589.

Rando, H. M., Wadlington, W. H., Johnson, J. L., Stutchman, J. T., Trut, L. N., Farré, M., & Kukekova, A. V. (2019). The Red Fox Y-Chromosome in Comparative Context. Genes, 10(6), [409].

Donaldson, M. E., Rico, Y., Hueffer, K., Rando, H. M., Kukekova, A. V., & Kyle, C. J. (2018). Development of a genotype-by-sequencing immunogenetic assay as exemplified by screening for variation in red fox with and without endemic rabies exposure. Ecology and Evolution, 8(1), 572-583.

Hekman, J. P., Johnson, J. L., Edwards, W., Vladimirova, A. V., Gulevich, R. G., Ford, A. L., ... Kukekova, A. V. (2018). Anterior pituitary transcriptome suggests differences in ACTH release in tame and aggressive foxes. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics, 8(3), 859-873.

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