Univ of Michigan

Dept of Ecol & Evol Biol

Erratum for Liao, B.-Y., N. M. Scott, and J. Zhang. 2006. Impacts of gene essentiality, expression pattern, and gene compactness on the evolutionary rate of mammalian proteins. Mol Biol Evol 23 : 2072-2080

Supplementary Materials for Wang, Z & J. Zhang. 2007. In search of the biological significance of modular structures in protein networks. PLoS Comput Biol 3: e107

Additional Supplementary Materials for He, X., W. Qian, Z. Wang, Y. Li, and J. Zhang. 2010. Prevalent positive epistasis in Escherichia coli and Saccharomyces cerevisiae metabolic networks. Nat Genet, 42 : 272-276.

Additional Supplementary Materials for Qian, W., D. Ma, C. Xiao, Z. Wang, and J. Zhang. The genomic landscape of antagonistic pleiotropy in yeast. Cell Rep. 2 : 1399-1410

Additional Supplementary Materials for J. Xu, and J. Zhang. 2014. Why human disease-associated residues appear as the wild-type in other species: genome-scale structural evidence for the compensation hypothesis. Mol Biol Evol. 31 : 1787-1792

Additional Supplementary Materials for J-R. Yang, and J. Zhang. 2014. Human long noncoding RNAs are substantially less folded than messenger RNAs. in submission.

Additional Supplementary Materials for X. Wei and J. Zhang. 2015. A simple method for estimating the strength of natural selection on overlapping genes. in submission.

Additional Supplementary Materials for J. Zhang and J.-R. Yang. 2015. What determine the rate of protein sequence evolution and why. in submission.

Additional Supplementary Materials for J. Xu and J. Zhang. 2015. Protein fold classification in a continuous structure space. in submission.

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