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Rice WR, Friberg U, Gavrilets S. 2016. Sexually antagonistic epigenetic marks that canalize sexually dimorphic development. Molecular Ecology 25(8): 1812–1822. [Online]

Rice WR, Friberg U, Gavrilets S. 2013. Homosexuality via canalized sexual development: A testing protocol for a new epigenetic model. Bioessays, 35(9): 764-770. [Online]

Rice WR, Friberg U, Gavrilets S. 2012. Homosexuality as a consequence of epigenetically canalized sexual development. The Quarterly Review of Biology, 87(4): 343-368. [Online]

Ubeda F, Gardner A. 2011. A model for genomic imprinting in the social brain: Adults. Evolution, 65(2): 462-475. [Online]

Ubeda F, Wilkins JF. 2011. The Red Queen theory of recombination hotspots. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 24(3): 541-553. [Online]

Fujitani Y, Kawai J, Kobayashi I. 2010. Random-walk mechanism in the genetic recombination. In Advances in Computational Biology (series: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology), 680: 275-82. [Online]

Furuta Y, Abe K, Kobayashi I. 2010. Genome comparison and context analysis reveals putative mobile forms of restriction-modification systems and related rearrangements. Nucleic Acids Research, 38: 2428-2443. [Online]

Gardner A. 2010. Sex-biased dispersal of adults mediates the evolution of altruism among juveniles. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 262(2): 339-345. [Online]

Khan F, Furuta Y, Kawai M, Kaminska K, Ishikawa K, Bujnicki J, Kobayashi I. 2010. A putative mobile genetic element carrying a novel Type IIF restriction-modification system (PluTI). Nucleic Acids Research, 38: 3019-3030. [Online]

Ubeda F, Gardner A. 2010. A model for genomic imprinting in the social brain: Juveniles. Evolution, 64(9): 2587-2600. [Online]

Handa N, Ichige A, Kobayashi I. 2009. Contribution of RecFOR machinery of homologous recombination to cell survival after loss of a restriction-modification gene complex. Microbiology, 155: 2320-2332. [Online]

Kobayashi I, Handa N. 2009. DNA Double-strand Breaks and Their Consequences in Bacteria. In Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd Chichester.

Yahara K, Fukuyo M, Sasaki A, Kobayashi I. 2009. Evolutionary maintenance of selfish homing endonuclease genes in the absence of horizontal transfer. PNAS, 106: 18861-18866. [Online]


Kobayashi I. October 2009. Selfish genes vs. genome: Roles of selfish Dnase genes programming deaths. 17th Annual Microbial Genomics Conference, Rocky Gap State Park, MD.

Kobayashi I. April 2009. Selfish genes vs. genome society: Dynamics in bacterial genome evolution. National Cancer Institute, Bethesda.

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