Nikolaos Vakirlis
Nikolaos Vakirlis
Junior Investigator at BSRC "Alexander Fleming", Greece
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A molecular portrait of de novo genes in yeasts
N Vakirlis, AS Hebert, DA Opulente, G Achaz, CT Hittinger, G Fischer, ...
Molecular biology and evolution, msx315, 2017
Synteny-based analyses indicate that sequence divergence is not the main source of orphan genes
N Vakirlis, AR Carvunis, A McLysaght
Elife 9, e53500, 2020
Reconstruction of ancestral chromosome architecture and gene repertoire reveals principles of genome evolution in a model yeast genus
N Vakirlis, V Sarilar, G Drillon, A Fleiss, N Agier, JP Meyniel, L Blanpain, ...
Genome research 26 (7), 918-932, 2016
De novo emergence of adaptive membrane proteins from thymine-rich genomic sequences
N Vakirlis, O Acar, B Hsu, N Castilho Coelho, SB Van Oss, A Wacholder, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 781, 2020
Computational prediction of de novo emerged protein-coding genes
N Vakirlis, A McLysaght
Computational methods in protein evolution, 63-81, 2019
De novo birth of functional microproteins in the human lineage
N Vakirlis, Z Vance, KM Duggan, A McLysaght
Cell Reports 41 (12), 111808, 2022
Interlaboratory comparison study on ribodepleted total RNA high-throughput sequencing for plant virus diagnostics and bioinformatic competence
YZA Gaafar, M Westenberg, M Botermans, K László, K De Jonghe, ...
Pathogens 10 (9), 1174, 2021
Evolution of gene repertoires and new genes in yeasts
N Vakirlis
Paris 6, 2016
The plasma membrane Cation binding protein 1 affects accumulation of Potato virus Y in pepper both at the systemic level and in protoplasts
D Beris, K Kotsaridis, N Vakirlis, A Termentzi, I Theologidis, B Moury, ...
Virus research 280, 197899, 2020
Evolutionary journey and characterisation of a novel pan‐gene associated with beer strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
N Vakirlis, C Monerawela, G McManus, O Ribeiro, A McLysaght, T James, ...
Yeast 36 (7), 425-437, 2019
Intergenic regions of Saccharomycotina yeasts are enriched in potential to encode transmembrane domains
E Tassios, C Nikolaou, N Vakirlis
Molecular Biology and Evolution, msad059, 2023
Distinct chromosomal “niches” in the genome of Saccharomyces cerevisiae provide the background for genomic innovation and shape the fate of gene duplicates
A Stavropoulou, E Tassios, M Kalyva, M Georgoulopoulos, N Vakirlis, ...
NAR Genomics and Bioinformatics 4 (4), lqac086, 2022
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