Maximilian J. Telford focuses on Zoology, Genetics, Evolutionary biology, Panarthropoda and Arthropod. His research in Zoology intersects with topics in Monophyly, Xenacoelomorpha, Myriochelata, Xenoturbella and Ecdysozoa. His work is connected to Gene, Phylogenetic tree, Genetic code, Homology and Sequence analysis, as a part of Genetics.
His study ties his expertise on Phylogenetics together with the subject of Evolutionary biology. His Panarthropoda research includes themes of Sister group and Tardigrada. His work deals with themes such as Genome wide analysis and Burgess Shale, which intersect with Arthropod.
Evolutionary biology, Phylogenetics, Zoology, Genetics and Phylogenetic tree are his primary areas of study. His studies in Evolutionary biology integrate themes in fields like Sister group, Phylum, Mesozoa, Bilateria and Ecdysozoa. His Phylogenetics course of study focuses on Genome and Mitochondrial DNA.
The Zoology study combines topics in areas such as Arthropod, Xenacoelomorpha, Panarthropoda, Xenoturbella and Ambulacraria. His work in Gene, Sequence analysis, Genetic code, Homology and Amino acid are all subfields of Genetics research. His Phylogenetic tree research integrates issues from Stop codon, Computational biology, Inference and Ctenophora.
Maximilian J. Telford mainly investigates Evolutionary biology, Computational biology, Phylogenetics, Phylogenetic tree and Cell lineage. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Orthonectida, Mesozoa, Dicyemida, Bilateria and Ecdysozoa. His Bilateria research incorporates elements of Lophotrochozoa, Paraphyly, Monophyly and Deuterostome.
His study on Computational biology also encompasses disciplines like
Maximilian J. Telford mostly deals with Xenacoelomorpha, Phylogenetic tree, Computational biology, Evolutionary biology and Ambulacraria. His Xenacoelomorpha study combines topics in areas such as Posterior commissure, Anterior commissure, Statocyst, Anatomy and Nervous system. His work carried out in the field of Phylogenetic tree brings together such families of science as Adaptation, Phylogenetics and Identification.
His Phylogenetics research integrates issues from Genome and Inference. His Evolutionary biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Lophotrochozoa, Orthonectida, Polyphyly, Annelid and Bilateria. His studies in Ambulacraria integrate themes in fields like Empirical research and Ctenophora.
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TranslatorX: multiple alignment of nucleotide sequences guided by amino acid translations
Federico Abascal;Rafael Zardoya;Maximilian J. Telford.
Nucleic Acids Research (2010)
Deuterostome phylogeny reveals monophyletic chordates and the new phylum Xenoturbellida
Sarah J. Bourlat;Thorhildur Juliusdottir;Christopher J. Lowe;Robert Freeman.
Acoelomorph flatworms are deuterostomes related to Xenoturbella
Hervé Philippe;Henner Brinkmann;Richard R. Copley;Leonid L. Moroz.
Uncertainty in the Timing of Origin of Animals and the Limits of Precision in Molecular Timescales.
Mario dos Reis;Mario dos Reis;Yuttapong Thawornwattana;Konstantinos Angelis;Maximilian J. Telford.
Current Biology (2015)
A congruent solution to arthropod phylogeny: phylogenomics, microRNAs and morphology support monophyletic Mandibulata
Omar Rota-Stabelli;Omar Rota-Stabelli;Lahcen I Campbell;Henner Brinkmann;Gregory D Edgecombe.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2011)
The first myriapod genome sequence reveals conservative arthropod gene content and genome organisation in the centipede Strigamia maritima
Ariel D Chipman;David E. K. Ferrier;Carlo Brena;Jiaxin Qu.
PLOS Biology (2014)
Expression of homeobox genes shows chelicerate arthropods retain their deutocerebral segment
Maximilian J. Telford;Richard H. Thomas.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1998)
MicroRNAs and phylogenomics resolve the relationships of Tardigrada and suggest that velvet worms are the sister group of Arthropoda
Lahcen I. Campbell;Omar Rota-Stabelli;Gregory D. Edgecombe;Trevor Marchioro.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2011)
Changes in mitochondrial genetic codes as phylogenetic characters: two examples from the flatworms.
M. J. Telford;E. A. Herniou;R. B. Russell;D. T. J. Littlewood.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2000)
Hox genes and the phylogeny of the arthropods
Charles E. Cook;M.Louise Smith;Maximilian J. Telford;Alberto Bastianello.
Current Biology (2001)
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