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Mrinalini
National University of Singapore; University of Rochester; Bangor University
Verified email at nus.edu.sg
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Nasonia vitripennis venom causes targeted gene expression changes in its fly host
EO Martinson, D Wheeler, J Wright, Mrinalini, AL Siebert, JH Werren
Molecular ecology 23 (23), 5918-5930, 2014
662014
Adaptive evolution of distinct prey-specific toxin genes in rear-fanged snake venom
CM Modahl, Mrinalini, S Frietze, SP Mackessy
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1884), 20181003, 2018
522018
Parasitoid venom induces metabolic cascades in fly hosts
Mrinalini, AL Siebert, J Wright, E Martinson, D Wheeler, JH Werren
Metabolomics 11 (2), 350-366, 2015
52*2015
Bursicon and neuropeptide cascades during the ecdysis program of the shore crab, Carcinus maenas
SG Webster, DC Wilcockson, Mrinalini, JH Sharp
General and comparative endocrinology 182, 54-64, 2013
412013
Laterally transferred gene recruited as a venom in parasitoid wasps
EO Martinson, VG Martinson, R Edwards, Mrinalini, JH Werren
Molecular biology and evolution 33 (4), 1042-1052, 2016
382016
The adaptive significance of crustacean hyperglycaemic hormone (CHH) in daily and seasonal migratory activities of the Christmas Island red crab Gecarcoidea natalis
S Morris, U Postel, Mrinalini, LM Turner, J Palmer, SG Webster
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (17), 3062-3073, 2010
352010
Two new species of pitviper of the genus Cryptelytrops Cope 1860 (Squamata: Viperidae: Crotalinae) from Southeast Asia
A Malhotra, RS Thorpe, Mrinalini, BL Stuart
Zootaxa, 1-23, 2011
262011
Parasitoid wasps and their venoms.
Mrinalini, JH Werren
Evolution of Venomous Animals and Their Toxins, 1-26, 2016
24*2016
Mitochondrial DNA analysis reveals a new member of the Asian pitviper genus Viridovipera (Serpentes: Viperidae: Crotalinae)
K Dawson, A Malhotra, RS Thorpe, P Guo, Mrinalini, T Ziegler
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 49 (1), 356-361, 2008
172008
Venom Peptide Repertoire of the European Myrmicine Ant Manica rubida: Identification of Insecticidal Toxins
A Touchard, SR Aili, N Téné, V Barassé, C Klopp, A Dejean, RM Kini, ...
Journal of proteome research 19 (4), 1800-1811, 2020
152020
Extended Snake Venomics by Top-Down In-Source Decay: Investigating the Newly Discovered Anatolian Meadow Viper Subspecies, Vipera anatolica senliki
BF Hempel, M Damm, Mrinalini, B Göçmen, M Karış, A Nalbantsoy, ...
Journal of proteome research 19 (4), 1731-1749, 2020
142020
Short term exposure to heat and sediment triggers changes in coral gene expression and photo-physiological performance
RC Poquita-Du, D Huang, LM Chou, Mrinalini, PA Todd
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 121, 2019
142019
An Integrated proteomic and transcriptomic analysis reveals the venom complexity of the bullet ant Paraponera clavata
SR Aili, A Touchard, R Hayward, SD Robinson, SS Pineda, H Lalagüe, ...
Toxins 12 (5), 324, 2020
102020
Convergence of multiple markers and analysis methods defines the genetic distinctiveness of cryptic pitvipers
Mrinalini, RS Thorpe, S Creer, D Lallias, L Dawnay, BL Stuart, A Malhotra
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 92, 266-279, 2015
92015
Female spider aggression is associated with genetic underpinnings of the nervous system and immune response to pathogens
C Chang, H Connahs, ECY Tan, Y Norma‐Rashid, Mrinalini, D Li, ...
Molecular ecology 29 (14), 2626-2638, 2020
52020
Correction to ‘Adaptive evolution of distinct prey-specific toxin genes in rear-fanged snake venom’
CM Modahl, Mrinalini, S Frietze, SP Mackessy
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1886), 20181838, 2018
12018
The Evolution of Venom by Co-option of Single-Copy Genes
EO Martinson*, Mrinalini*, YD Kelkar, C-H Chang, JH Werren, *Joint First Authors
Current Biology 27, 1–7, 2017
2017
Crotalus scutulatus (Mojave Rattlesnake). Maximum Size.
Mrinalini, JJ Hicks, W Wüster
Herpetological Review 46 (2), 271, 2015
2015
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