As its name reveals, the interests of this lab’s research are focused on the analysis of the human genome diversity with the aim of inferring the genomic and population processes that are responsible for this diversity, and outlining the population and epidemiological consequences of the human genetic variability. Its main research lines are, therefore, not only connected with human genome diversity, but also with population genetics, genome variation and disease susceptibility, and genome evolution and disease.
Lab website: Comas Lab
Nagle N.;Van Oven M.;Wilcox S.;[17 authors];Comas D.;Cooper A;[30 authors];Wells R.S.;Zalloua P.A.;Ziegle J.S. 2017. Aboriginal Australian mitochondrial genome variation - An increased understanding of population antiquity and diversity. Scientific Reports . 7:artículo 43041
Casals, F.; Anglada, R.; Bonet, N.; Rasal, R.; Van der Gaag, K. J.; Hoogenboom, J.; Solé-Morata, N.; Comas, D.; Calafell, F. 2017. Length and repeat-sequence variation in 58 STRs and 94 SNPs in two Spanish populations Forensic Science International: Genetics. 30: 66-70
Barbora Emmerova;Edvard Ehler;David Comas;Jitka Votrubova;Daniel Vanek 2017. Comparison of Y-chromosomal haplogroup predictors. Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series. 6:145-147