Volume 34 • Number 1 • January 2017 Molecular Biology and Evolution Volume 34 • Number 1 • January 2017 olecular Deepa Agashe, National Center for Biological Sciences, India Rasmus Nielsen, University of California, Berkeley, USA Joshua Akey, University of Washington, USA John Novembre, University of California, Los Angeles, USA Doris Bachtrog, University of California, Berkeley, USA Katja Nowick, Universität Leipzig, Germany Miriam Barlow, University of California, Merced, USA Csaba Pal, Institute of Biochemistry, Hungary iology and Keith Crandall,*** George Washington University, USA John Parsch, University of Munich, Germany B B Juliette de Meaux, University of Cologne, Germany Nicole Perna,*** University of Wisconsin, USA Anna Di Rienzo,* University of Chicago, USA Tal Pupko, Tel Aviv University, Israel Joel Dudley, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, USA Michael Purugganan, New York University, USA Daniel Falush, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Eduardo Rocha,* Institut Pasteur, France academic.oup.com/mbe.org volution Anthropology, Germany Michael Rosenberg, Arizona State University, USA E E Brandon Gaut,* University of California, Irvine, USA Iñaki Ruiz-Trillo,*** Institut de Biologia Evolutiva, Spain Song Ge,*** Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Claudia Russo, Federal University of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil Takashi Gojobori, National Institute of Genetics, Japan Ilya Ruvinsky, University of Chicago, USA Manolo Gouy,* Universite Lyon, France Naruya Saitou, National Institute of Genetics, Japan Matthew Hahn,* Indiana University, USA Yoko Satta, Graduate University of Advanced Studies, Japan S. Blair Hedges,* Temple University, USA Beth Shapiro, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA Brenna Henn,*** Stanford University, USA Nadia Singh, North Carolina State University, USA Ryan D. Hernandez, University of California, Anne Stone,* Arizona State University, USA San Francisco, USA Bing Su, Kunming Institute of Zoology, China Evelyne Heyer,*** Musee de l’Homme Hommes, Natures, Naoko Takezaki,* Kagawa University, Japan Societes, France Koichiro Tamura, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan Hideki Innan, School of Advanced Sciences, Japan Emma Teeling, University College Dublin, Ireland David Irwin, University of Toronto, Canada Jeffrey Thorne,* North Carolina State University, USA Lars Jermiin, CSIRO Land and Water, Australia Jeffery Townsend,*** Yale University, USA Yuseob Kim, Ewha Womans University, Korea John True, Stony Brook University, USA Hongzhi Kong, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Nicolas Vidal, Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, France Sergei Kosakovsky Pond, Temple University, USA Arndt von Haeseler,* Center for Integrative Bioinformatics, Sudhir Kumar,** Temple University, USA Austria Thomas Leitner, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA Gunter Wagner,* Yale University, USA Harmit Malik,*** Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Claus Wilke, University of Texas, USA USA Patricia Wittkopp, University of Michigan, USA James McInerney, National University of Ireland, Maynooth Gregory Wray, Duke University, USA Aoife McLysaght,* Trinity College, Ireland Stephen Wright, University of Toronto, Canada Connie Mulligan, University of Florida, Gainesville, USA Meredith Yeager, National Cancer Institute, USA Stuart Newfeld, Arizona State University, USA George Zhang,* University of Michigan, USA * Also a Senior Editor ** Editor-in-Chief *** Guest Editor Cover Art Caption: MBE celebrates the diversity of our authors’ artistic vision. In 2016, MBE cover art was selected exclusively from author submissions. This month’s cover highlights a portion of each author-submitted cover from 2016, arrayed from January (top left) to December (lower right). Source details are available in the original issues or upon request. (Volume 34-1, pp. 1–245) Predictions from correlated gene-phenotype evolution Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution Spontaneous mutations in daphnia and bumblebee Adaptation to extreme alkalinity in fish Published by Oxford University Press 2016. HPV in archaic and modern human Print ISSN 0737-4038 Published on behalf of the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution Online ISSN 1537-1719 Unraveling white rot m mbe_34_1_Cover.indd 1 be_34_1_Cover.indd 1 2 21-12-2016 12:44:24 1-12-2016 12:44:24
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