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Effect of the Latent Reservoir on the Evolution of HIV at the Within-and Between-Host Levels
HM Doekes, C Fraser, KA Lythgoe
PLoS computational biology 13 (1), e1005228, 2017
302017
Slightly beneficial genes are retained by bacteria evolving DNA uptake despite selfish elements
B van Dijk, P Hogeweg, HM Doekes, N Takeuchi
eLife 9, e56801, 2020
212020
Toxin production spontaneously becomes regulated by local cell density in evolving bacterial populations
HM Doekes, RJ De Boer, R Hermsen
PLoS computational biology 15 (8), e1007333, 2019
162019
Repeated outbreaks drive the evolution of bacteriophage communication
HM Doekes, GA Mulder, R Hermsen
eLife 10, e58410, 2021
72021
Optimal T cell cross-reactivity and the role of regulatory T cells
K Saeki, HM Doekes, RJ De Boer
Journal of theoretical biology 375, 4-12, 2015
42015
Multiscale selection in spatially structured populations
HM Doekes, R Hermsen
bioRxiv, 2021
32021
How repeated outbreaks drive the evolution of bacteriophage communication: Insights from a mathematical model
HM Doekes, GA Mulder, R Hermsen
bioRxiv, 2020
12020
Bacteria maintain slightly beneficial genes and selfish genetic elements through the evolution of horizontal gene transfer
B van Dijk, P Hogeweg, H Doekes, N Takeuchi
12020
Slightly beneficial genes are retained by evolving Horizontal Gene Transfer despite selfish elements
B van Dijk, P Hogeweg, H Doekes, N Takeuchi
bioRxiv, 2020
12020
Microbial Evolution at Multiple Scales
HM Doekes
Utrecht University, 2020
2020
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