Liuqi Gu

Postdoctoral Researcher
Primary office:
Haworth Hall


Summary

 

 

 

 

Education

Aloy completed his PhD from Cornell University.

Research

Aloy research interests involves sex chromosme dosage compensation in the coddling moth, Cydia pomonella.  He joined the Walters lab in summer 2015 and is continuing to work on aspects of dosage compensation in Lepidoptera. Aloy completed his PhD from Cornell University researching sex chromosme dosage compensation in the coddling moth, Cydia pomonella.  He joined the Walters lab in summer 2015 and is continuing to work on aspects of dosage compensation in Lepidoptera. 

Selected Publications:

Gu L., and Walters, J.R. 2017. Evolution of Sex Chromosome Dosage Compensation in Animals: A Beautiful Theory, Undermined by Facts and Bedeviled by Details. Genome Biology and Evolution, 9(9), 2461–2476.

Gu L, Walters, J.R., and Knipple DC 2017. Conserved patterns of sex chromosome dosage compensation in the Lepidoptera (WZ/ZZ): insights from a moth neo-Z chromosome. Genome Biology and Evolution, 9(3), 802–816.

 


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