TELLIER Aurelien

  • Professorship for Population Genetics, Technical University of Munich, Freising, Germany
  • Evolutionary Theory, Genome Evolution, Molecular Evolution, Population Genetics / Genomics, Species interactions
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PhD John Innes Centre (Norwich, UK, 2007), MSc Plant Sciences (AgroParisTech, France, 2003). 2007-2012: Post-doctoral Fellowship at the University of Munich (LMU, Munich, Germany) in the group of Prof. W. Stephan 2012-present: Associate Prof. for Population Genetics (Technical University of Munich, Freising, Germany)

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Deceptive combined effects of short allele dominance and stuttering: an example with Ixodes scapularis, the main vector of Lyme disease in the U.S.A.
Thierry De Meeûs, Cynthia T. Chan, John M. Ludwig, Jean I. Tsao, Jaymin Patel, Jigar Bhagatwala, and Lorenza Beati

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New curation method for microsatellite markers improves population genetics analyses

Genetic markers are used for in modern population genetics/genomics to uncover the past neutral and selective history of population and species. Besides Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) obtained from whole genome data, microsatellites (or Short Tandem Repeats, SSR) have been common markers of choice in numerous population genetics studies of non-model species with large sample sizes [1]. Microsatellites can be used to uncover and draw inference of the past population demography (e.g. expan...


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