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Jasmin Camacho


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  1. Camacho J, Moon R, Smith SK, Lin JD, Randolph C, Rasweiler JJ, Behringer RR, Abzhanov A. Differential cellular proliferation underlies heterochronic generation of cranial diversity in phyllostomid bats. Evodevo. 2020; 11:11. PMID: 32514331.
  2. Camacho J, Heyde A, Bhullar BS, Haelewaters D, Simmons NB, Abzhanov A. Peramorphosis, an evolutionary developmental mechanism in neotropical bat skull diversity. Dev Dyn. 2019 11; 248(11):1129-1143. PMID: 31348570.
  3. Martínez-Cerdeño V, Camacho J, Ariza J, Rogers H, Horton-Sparks K, Kreutz A, Behringer R, Rasweiler JJ, Noctor SC. The Bat as a New Model of Cortical Development. Cereb Cortex. 2018 11 01; 28(11):3880-3893. PMID: 29136119.
  4. Walker MJ, Dorrestein A, Camacho JJ, Meckler LA, Silas KA, Hiller T, Haelewaters D. A tripartite survey of hyperparasitic fungi associated with ectoparasitic flies on bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) in a neotropical cloud forest in Panama. Parasite. 2018; 25:19. PMID: 29633707.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Animals
  5. Fabbri M, Mongiardino Koch N, Pritchard AC, Hanson M, Hoffman E, Bever GS, Balanoff AM, Morris ZS, Field DJ, Camacho J, Rowe TB, Norell MA, Smith RM, Abzhanov A, Bhullar BS. The skull roof tracks the brain during the evolution and development of reptiles including birds. Nat Ecol Evol. 2017 Oct; 1(10):1543-1550. PMID: 29185519.
    Citations: 4     Fields:    Translation:Animals
  6. Haelewaters D, Pfliegler WP, Szentiványi T, Földvári M, Sándor AD, Barti L, Camacho JJ, Gort G, Estók P, Hiller T, Dick CW, Pfister DH. Parasites of parasites of bats: Laboulbeniales (Fungi: Ascomycota) on bat flies (Diptera: Nycteribiidae) in central Europe. Parasit Vectors. 2017 02 21; 10(1):96. PMID: 28222795.
    Citations: 4     Fields:    Translation:Animals
  7. Bhullar BA, Morris ZS, Sefton EM, Tok A, Tokita M, Namkoong B, Camacho J, Burnham DA, Abzhanov A. A molecular mechanism for the origin of a key evolutionary innovation, the bird beak and palate, revealed by an integrative approach to major transitions in vertebrate history. Evolution. 2015 Jul; 69(7):1665-77. PMID: 25964090.
    Citations: 11     Fields:    Translation:Animals
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