This lab’s main line of research at present focuses on the understanding of natural selection and adaptation in humans and primates through the comparative analysis of genomes. Its purpose is to understand complex adaptations through genome-wide analyses of the footprints that natural selection has left in genomes and attempt to place selection in a functional molecular framework of molecular pathways. The Evolutionary Systems Biology Lab is studying differential adaptation among human populations, including several African populations, Roma (as compared to Romanians and Indians) and in Chimpanzees. It has launched a project with the analysis of the haploid sequences of several individuals from all known groups of Southeast Asian pygmies.

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Gaieski JB.; Owings AC.; Vilar MG.; Dulik MC.; Gaieski DF.; Gittelman RM.; Lindo J.; Gau L.; Schurr TG.; Genographic Consortium [Included Bertranpetit, J. and Comas, D.] 2011. Genetic ancestry and indigenous heritage in a Native American descendant community in Bermuda. Am J Phys Anthropol. 146(3):392-405.

Dall'Olio, G.M.; Marino, J.; Schubert, M.; [7 authors]; Jensen, L.J.; Bertranpetit, J.; Laayouni, H. 2011. Ten Simple Rules for Getting Help from Online Scientific CommunitiesPLoS Comput Biol 7(9): e1002202. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1002202

Dall'olio, G. M.; Jassal, B.; Montanucci, L.; Gagneux, P.; Bertranpetit, J.; Laayouni, H. 2011. The annotation of the Asparagine N-linked Glycosylation pathway in the Reactome Database. Glycobiology 21(11): 1395-1400.