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Dmitri A. Petrov
Department of Biology Telephone: (650) 736-1169

Stanford University Fax: (650) 723-6132

Stanford CA 94305 email:

Academic Position.

Professor, Department of Biology, Stanford University (2009 - present)

Date and Place of Birth.

February 8, 1969 in Moscow, Russia




Harvard University Society of Fellows Junior Fellow (1997-2000)

Harvard University, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology Ph.D. in Biology (1997)

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology M.Sc. in Physics and Molecular Biology (1989)

Research Experience.
2009-now Professor, Department of Biology,

Stanford University, Stanford, USA

2005-2009 Associate Professor, Department of Biology,

Stanford University, Stanford, USA

2000-2005 Assistant Professor, Department of Biology,

Stanford University, Stanford, USA

1998-2000 Research Fellow, Department of Genetics,

Harvard Medical School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

1992-1997 Graduate Student, Harvard University,

Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology,

Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

1990-1992 Research Assistant, Washington University School of Medicine,

Department of Genetics, St. Louis, Missouri, USA

1989-1990 Research Assistant, Institute of Molecular Genetics, Moscow, Russia

1987-1989 M.S. Student, Institute of Molecular Genetics, Moscow, Russia
2008 Chambers Fellow

2005 Hellman Faculty Award

1995-1997 Teaching excellence awards

Genetics (1995 and 1997) and Introductory Molecular Biology (1995), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

1996 Walter Fitch Prize for Best Student Paper

The Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution, Tucson, Arizona

Fellowships and Grants
2010-2015 National Institutes of Health, "Population Genomics of Adaptive Transposition in Drosophila", Principal Investigator

2007-2011 National Institutes of Health, Center For Excellence in Genomic Science Grant, co-Principal Investigator (together with David Kingsley (PI), Richard Myers (co-PI), William Talbot (co-PI), Katherine Peichel (co-PI))

2006-2011 National Institutes of Health, “Patterns of Background Nucleotide Substitution in the Human Lineage”, Principal Investigator

2003-2006 National Science Foundation, “Population Analysis of All Transposable Elements in the Sequenced Drosophila Genome”, Principal Investigator

2003-2004 National Science Foundation, “Genomic Analysis of the Sporophyte to Gametophyte Transition in Maize”, co-Principal Investigator (PI Prof. Virginia Walbot, Stanford University)

2003-2006 Terman Award, Stanford University

2003-2004 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Research Fellowship in Computational Molecular Biology

2003 Stanford University VPUE award

2002 Stanford University VPUE award

2001 Stanford University OTL award

1998 Harvard University William F. Milton Fund Award

1997-2000 Junior Fellowship, Harvard University Society of Fellows

Invited Presentations.

  • Frontiers in Genomics 2011, National University of México, Campus Cuernavaca (upcoming)


  • University of Pennsylvania, Department of Biology, Departmental Seminar (upcoming)

  • UCSD, The Center for Theoretical Biological Physics, "The Physics of Evolution" (upcoming)

  • International symposium "Molecular Basis of Evolutionary Innovations", Marche-en-Famenne (Belgium) (upcoming)

  • Cold Spring Harbor "Genomes" Meeting, invited speaker and chair of “Evolutionary Genomics” session

  • International symposium "Populations, Evolution, and Physics", Aspen Center for Physics


  • International symposium "From sparse entities to crowded environments: numbers in living systems" (European interdisciplinary graduate school "Frontiers in Life Sciences", graduate student invitation) (upcoming)

  • Harvard University, School of Medicine, Department of Genetics

  • Institute of Science and Technology, Austria

  • 2nd Stanford Workshop in Biodemography, Stanford, CA

  • University of Washington, Dept. of Genome Sciences, Departmental Seminar

  • University of Toronto, Dept. of Ecology and Evolution, Departmental Seminar

  • Institute of Molecular Genetics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

  • Moscow Conference on Computational Molecular Biology (MCCMB'09), Moscow, Russia

  • International Congress of SMBE, Iowa City, Iowa

  • USC, Dept. of Molecular and Cellular Biology

  • UCLA, Dept. of Ecology and Evolution, Departmental Seminar

  • Cold Spring Harbor, Biology of Genomes Meeting, (contributed presentation)

  • Buck Institute Seminar


  • Cornell University, Dept. of Molecular Biology and Genetics Seminar Series

  • Wright State, Dept. of Biology "Darwin Bicentennial" Seminar Series

  • University of Santa Barbara, KITP, Workshop "Population Genetics and Genomics"

  • International Congress of SMBE, Barcelona, Spain

  • International Congress on Transposable Elements, Saint Malo, France

  • University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia

  • University of Auckland, New Zealand


  • Statistical Approaches to Inference of Selection Workshop, Vienna, Austria

  • National Center for Biological Sciences, Bangalore, India

  • UC Irvine, Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series

  • BioX “Talks in English”

  • Max Plank Institute for Molecular Genetics, Berlin, Germany


    • Beckman Symposium on Evolution, Stanford University

    • University of Chicago, Dept. of Ecol. and Evol., Departmental Seminar

    • 1st International Conference, "Genomic Impact of Eukaryotic Transposable Elements", Asilomar, CA

    • "Mobile DNA" ASM Meeting, Banff, Canada


    • UC Davis, Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series

    • ESEB Annual Meeting, Krakow, Poland

    • Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, Departmental Seminar

    • Institut Jacques Monod, Departmental Seminar, Paris, France

    • 7th International SocBIN conference “Bioinformatics 2005”, Tartu, Estonia

    • UC Riverside, Dept. of Biology, Departmental Seminar

    • University of Idaho, Dept. of Biol. Sciences, Departmental Seminar

    • NYU, Dept. of Biology, Departmental Seminar


  • UC San Diego, Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution Section Seminar

  • UC Berkeley, Computational and Genomic Biology Seminars Series

  • University of Arizona, Dept. of Ecology and Evolution, Departmental Seminar


      • The Iowa State University, Dept. of Ecol, Evol. & Org. Biology, Departmental Seminar

      • The Angiosperm Genome Size Workshop and Discussion meeting, RBG, Kew, London, UK

      • Human Genome Conference sponsored by DOE and JGI, Santa Fe, New Mexico


  • The University of Chicago, Dept. of Human Genetics, Departmental Seminar

  • University of Montpellier, France, Departmental Seminar

  • CNRS, Gif-sur-Yvette, France, Departmental Seminar.

  • Harvard University, Dept. of Org. and Evol. Biol., Departmental Seminar.

  • Intraclonal Genetic Variation Meeting, The Linnean Society of London, London, UK


  • Stanford University, Hopkins Marine Station, Departmental Seminar

  • University of Santa Barbara, Institute of Theoretical Physics, Workshop "Statistical Physics and Biological Information” (2 lectures)


    • University of Chicago, EEB Departmental Seminar

    • University of Massachusetts, Departmental Seminar



  • New England Molecular Evolutionary Biology Conference, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

2006 Second International Postgraduate Course in Genomics, Barcelona,


Annually Fundamentals of Molecular Evolution (Winter Quarter) (Bio113/244)

Annually Evolution (in the Biological Core sequence) (Spring Quarter) (Bio43)

2002-2007 Ecology, Evolution, and Natural History of Baja California (2 week-long Summer class with 12 students in Baja California taught jointly with 3 other instructors) (Bio 100)
Professional activities.

Editorial responsibilities.
2010-present Advisory Board, Nature Review Genetics

2009-present Associate Editor, Mobile DNA

2007-present Associate Editor, PLoS Genetics

2003-present Associate Editor, Journal of Molecular Evolution

Other professional responsibilities.
2009 External program reviewer for Austrian Science Foundation (FWF)

2006 Member, NSF Evolutionary Genetics Panel

2006-2009 Member, NIH Kirschstein-NRSA Individual Fellowship Panel

2003-present Outside reviewer, Population Biology panel at the NSF

2003-present Outside reviewer, Science Foundation Ireland

2003-present Outside reviewer, Israel Science Foundation

2000-2002 Edited a special issue of the journal Genetica on “Evolution of Genome size” (volume 115)

2001 Organized a workshop (together with Paul Sniegowski, University of Pennsilvania) “Role of mutation in evolution” at the 2001 Conference of the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution

Publications from the Petrov Laboratory.
81. Singh, N.D., Benssasson, D. and Petrov, D.A. Evolution of genome size in grasshoppers. Mol. Biol. Evol., (in preparation).
80. Aminetzach, Y.T., Macpherson, J.M., and D. A. Petrov. Parallel evolution at the pesticide resistance locus CHKov1 in Drosophila. Mol. Biol. Evol., (in preparation).
79. Messer, P., and Petrov, D.A. Population genetics of parallel bottlenecks. Genetics, (in preparation).
78. Roux, J., Davis, J.C, and Petrov, D.A. Codon usage bias and gene expression through Drosophila melanogaster development. Mol. Biol. Evol., (in preparation).
77. Lawrie, D., Petrov, D.A., and P., Messer. Faster than neutral evolution at constrained sites. Trends in Genetics, (in preparation).
76. Petrov, D.A., Fiston-Lavier, A.-S., Lipatov, M., Lenkov, K., and Gonzalez, J. Population genomics of transposable elements in Drosophila melanogaster. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, (in review).
75. Cai,. J., Borenstein, E. and D.A. Petrov. Consistent network properties of genes involved in human disease. Gen. Biol. and Evol., (in revision).
74. Markova, P. and Petrov, D.A. The choice of aligner significantly impacts estimates of positive selection in Drosophila. Genome Research, (in revision).
73. Hershberg, R. and D.A. Petrov. (2010). Evidence that mutation is universally biased towards AT in bacteria. PLoS Genetics, in press.
72. Cai, J. and D. A. Petrov. (2010). Relaxed purifying selection and possibly high rate of adaptation in primate lineage-specific genes. Gen. Biol. and Evol., doi:10.1093/gbe/evq019
71. Fiston-Lavier*, A.-S., Singh*, N.D., Lipatov, M., and D. A. Petrov. (2010). Drosophila melanogaster recombination rate calculator. Gene, doi:10.1016/j.gene.2010.04.015. (*these authors contributed equally).
70. Karasov, T.*, Messer, P.*, and D.A. Petrov. (2010). Evidence that adaptation in Drosophila is not limited by mutation at single sites. PLoS Genetics 6: e1000924. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1000924). (*these authors contributed equally).
69. González, J., Karasov, T., Messer, P.W., and D. A. Petrov. (2010). Genome-wide patterns of adaptation to temperate environments associated with transposable elements in Drosophila. PLoS Genetics, 6: e1000905. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1000905
68. Chan, Y.F., Marks, M.E., Jones, F.C., Villarreal, G., Shapiro, M.D., Fisher, S., Southwick, A.M., Absher, D.M., Grimwood, J., Schmutz, J., Myers, R., Petrov, D., Jónsson, B., Schluter, D., Bell, M.B., and D. M. Kingsley. (2010). Adaptive evolution of pelvic reduction in sticklebacks by recurrent deletion of a Pitx1 enhancer. Science, 327, 302-305. doi:10.1126/science.11182213.
67. D. E. Krane, V. Bahn, D. Balding, B. Barlow, H. Cash, B. L. Desportes, P. D'Eustachio, K. Devlin, T. E. Doom, I. Dror, S. Ford, C. Funk, J. Gilder, G. Hampikian, K. Inman, A. Jamieson, P. E. Kent, R. Koppl, I. Kornfield, S. Krimsky, J. Mnookin, L. Mueller, E. Murphy, D. R. Paoletti, D. A. Petrov, M. Raymer, D. M. Risinger, A. Roth, N. Rudin, W. Shields, J. A. Siegel, M. Slatkin, Y. S. Song, T. Speed, C. Spiegelman, P. Sullivan, A. R. Swienton, T. Tarpey, W. C. Thompson, E. Ungvarsky, and S. Zabell. (2009). Time for DNA disclosure. Science, 326, 1631-1632. DOI: 10.1126/science.326.5960.1631
66. González, J. and D.A. Petrov. (2009). MITEs - the ultimate parasites. Science, 325, 1352-53. doi:10.1126/science.1179556.
65. Hershberg, R. and D.A. Petrov. (2009). General rules for the choice of optimal codons. PLoS Genetics, 5: e1000556. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1000556
64. González, J. and D.A. Petrov. (2009). Transposable elements and adaptation. Gene, doi:10.1016/j.gene.2009.06.008.
63. Messer, P. (2009). Measuring rates and patterns of spontaneous mutation from deep and large-scale polymorphism data. Genetics, 182, 1219-1232; doi:10.1534/genetics.109.105692
62. Sella, G., Petrov, D.A., Przeworski, M., and P. Andolfatto. (2009). Pervasive natural selection in the Drosophila genome? PLoS Genetics, 5, e1000495; doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1000495
61. Cai, J., Borenstein, E., Chen, R., and D. A. Petrov. (2009). Similarly strong purifying selection acts on disease genes of all ages. Gen. Biol. Evol., 2009, 131; doi: 10.1093/gbe/evp013.
60. González, J., Macpherson, J.M., and D.A. Petrov. (2009). A recent adaptive transposable element insertion near highly conserved developmental loci in Drosophila melanogaster. Mol. Biol. Evol., 26, 513-526; doi: 10.1093/molbev/msp107.
59. Li, V.C, Davis, J.C., Lenkov, K., Bolival, B., Fuller, M.T., and D. A. Petrov. (2009). Rapid and correlated evolution of the testis TAFs in Drosophila due to low constraint and high rates of positive selection. Mol. Biol. Evol., 26, 1103-1116.
58. González, J.*, Macpherson, J.M.*, Messer, P.*, and D. A. Petrov. (2009). Inferring the strength of natural selection in Drosophila under complex demographic scenarios. Mol. Biol. Evol., 26, 513-526. (*these authors contributed equally and are listed alphabetically).
57. Cai,. J., Macpherson, J.M., Sella, G.* and D.A. Petrov*. (2009). Pervasive hitchhiking at coding and regulatory sites in humans. PLoS Genetics, 5, e1000336. (*co-senior authors).
56. Hershberg, R.*, Lipatov, M.*, Small, P.M., Sheffer, H., Niemann, S., Homolka, S., Roach, J.C., Kremer, K., Petrov, D.A., Feldman, M.W., and Gagneux, S. (2008). High functional diversity in M. tuberculosis driven by genetic drift and human demography. PLoS Biology, 6(12), e311. (*these authors contributed equally).
55. Hershberg, R. and D.A., Petrov. Selection on codon bias. (2008). Annu. Rev. Genet., 42, 14.1-14.13.
54. González, J., Lenkov, K., Lipatov, M., Macpherson, J.M., and D.A. Petrov. (2008). High rate of recent transposable element-induced adaptations in Drosophila melanogaster. PLoS Biology, 6, e251.
53. Dean, J., Davis, J.C., Davis, R.W., and D.A. Petrov. (2008). Pervasive redundancy and little new functionality among duplicated genes in yeast. PLOS Genetics, 4, e1000113.
52. Macpherson, J.M., González, J., Witten, D., Davis, J.C., Rosenberg, N., Hirsh, A.E., and D. A. Petrov. (2008). Nonadaptive explanations for signatures of partial selective sweeps in Drosophila. Mol. Biol. Evol., 25, 1025-1042.
51. Macpherson, J.M. *, Sella, G. *, Davis, J.C., and D. A. Petrov. (2007). Genomewide spatial correspondence between nonsynonymous divergence and neutral polymorphism reveals extensive adaptation in Drosophila. Genetics, 177, 2083-2099. (*these authors contributed equally).
50. Singh, N.D., Macpherson, M.J., Jensen, J., and D.A. Petrov. (2007). Similar levels of X-linked and autosomal nucleotide variation in African and non-African populations of Drosophila melanogaster. BMC Evol. Biol., 2007, 7, 202.
49. Hershberg, R., Tang, H., and D.A. Petrov. (2007). Reduced selection leads to accelerated gene loss in Shigella. Genome Biology, 8, R164.
48. Oliver, M.J., Petrov, D.A., Ackerly, D., Falkowski, P.G., and O.M. Schofield. (2007). The mode and tempo of genome size evolution in eukaryotes. Genome Research, 17, 594-601.
47. Singh, N.D. and D. A. Petrov. (2007). Evolution of sex chromosomes. Genome Dynamics issue "Gene and Protein Evolution", ed. J.N.,Volff. (in press).
46. Singh, N.D., Arndt, P.F., and D. A. Petrov. (2006). Minor shift in background substitutional patterns in the Drosophila saltans and willistoni lineages is insufficient to explain GC content of coding sequences. BMC Biology, 4, 37.

  1. Boissinot, S.*, Davis, J.C*, Entezam, A.*, Petrov, D.A and Furano, A.V. (2006). Fitness cost of LINE-1 (L1) activity in humans. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 103, 9590-9594. (*these authors contributed equally).

44. Petrov, D.A. and J. F. Wendel. (2006). Evolution of eukaryotic genome structure. In “Evolutionary Genetics: Concepts and Case Studies”, Oxford University Press, edited by C.W. Fox and J. B. Wolf.

43. Lipatov, M., Arndt, P.F., Hwa, T., and D.A. Petrov. (2006). A novel method distinguishes between mutation rates and fixation biases in patterns of single-nucleotide substitution. J. Mol. Evol., 62, 168-175.

  1. Lipatov, M., Lenkov, K., D.A. Petrov, and C.Bergman. (2005) Gene-transposable element chimeras in Drosophila: bioinformatic and population genetic analyses. BMC Biology, 3: 24.

41. Davis, J.C. and D.A. Petrov. (2005). Do disparate mechanisms of duplication contribute similar types of genes to the Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome? Trends in Genetics, 21, 548-555.

40. Singh, N.D., Davis, J.C., and D.A. Petrov. (2005). Increase in codon bias on the X chromosome in eukaryotes. Genetics, 171, 145-155.
39. Singh, N.D. Davis, J.C., and D.A. Petrov. (2005). Codon bias and GC content on the X chromosome in Drosophila correlate negatively with recombination rate. J. Mol. Evol., 61, 315-324.
38. Aminetzach, Y.T., M. J., Macpherson, and D.A. Petrov. (2005). Pesticide resistance via transposition-mediated adaptive gene truncation in Drosophila. Science, 309, 764-767.
37. Arndt, P.F., Hwa, T., and D. A. Petrov. (2005). Substantial regional variation in substitution rates in the human genome: importance of GC content, gene density and telomere-specific effects. J. Mol. Evol., 60, 748-763.
36. Davis, J.C*., Brandman, O.*, and D. A. Petrov. (2005). Protein evolution in the context of Drosophila development. J. Mol. Evol., 60, 774-785.(*these authors contributed equally).

35. Gu, Z., David, L., Petrov, D.A., Jones, T., Davis, R.W., Steinmetz, L.W. (2005). Elevated evolutionary rates in the laboratory strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 102, 1092-1097.

34. Singh, N.D., Arndt, P.F., and D.A. Petrov. (2005). Effect of recombination on patterns of substitution in Drosophila. Genetics, 169, 709-722.
33. Knight, C. A., Molinari, N., and D.A. Petrov. (2005). The large genome constraint hypothesis: evolution, ecology, and phenotype. Annals of Botany, 95, 177-190.
32. Morris, J.R., Petrov, D.A., Lee, A. M., and C.-T. Wu. (2004). Enhancer choice in cis and in trans in Drosophila melanogaster: role of the promoters. Genetics, 167, 1739-1747.
31. Singh, N.D. and D. A. Petrov. (2004). Dramatic sequence turnover at an intergenic locus in Drosophila. Mol. Biol. Evol., 21, 670-680.
30. Davis, J. C. and D.A. Petrov. (2004). Preferential duplication of slowly evolving proteins in eukaryotic genomes. PLOS Biology, 2, E55.
29. Arndt, P.F., Petrov, D.A., and Hwa, T. (2003). A distinct shift in the genomic pattern of substitution at the time of mammalian radiation. Mol. Biol. Evol., 20, 1887-1896.
28. Bensasson, D., Feldman, M. W., and D. A. Petrov. (2003). High rates of DNA duplication and mitochondrial DNA insertion in the human genome. J. Mol. Evol., 57, 343-354.
27. Petrov, D.A, Aminetzach, Y.T., Davis, J.C., Bensasson, D., & Hirsh, A.E.. (2003). Size matters: non-LTR retrotransposable elements and ectopic recombination in Drosophila. Mol. Biol. Evol., 20, 880-892.
26. Nuzhdin, S.V. and D. A. Petrov. (2003) Transposable elements in clonal lineages: lethal hangover from sex. Biol. J. Linn. Soc., 79, 33-41.

  1. Ptak, S. and D. A. Petrov. (2002). How intron splicing affects the deletion and insertion profile in D. melanogaster. Genetics, 162, 1233-1244.

24. D. A. Petrov. (2002). Mutational equilibrium model of genome size evolution. Theor. Pop. Biol., 61, 531-543.

23. Sakharkar, M.K., Kangueane P., Petrov, D.A., Kolaskar, A.S., & Subbiah, S. A. (2002) Database on "Intron-less/single exonic" genes from eukaryotes (SEGE). Bioinformatics, 18, 1266-1267.
22. D. A. Petrov. (2002). Evolution of genome size. Encyclopedia of Evolution. Ed. Mark Pagel, Oxford University Press.
21. D.A. Petrov. (2002). DNA loss and evolution of genome size in Drosophila. Genetica, 115, 81-91.
20. Walbot, V. and D.A. Petrov. (2001). Gene galaxies in the maize genome. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 98, 8163-8164.
19. D. A. Petrov. (2001). Evolution of genome size: new approaches to an old problem. Trends in Genetics, 17, 23-28.
18. Bensasson, D., Petrov, D.A., Zhang, D.-X., Hartl, D.L., Hewitt, G. (2001). Genomic Gigantism: DNA loss is slow in mountain grasshoppers. Mol. Biol. Evol., 18, 246-253.
17. Petrov, D.A., Sangster, T.A., Johnston, J. S., Hartl, D.L., & Shaw, K.L. (2000). Evidence for DNA loss as a determinant of genome size. Science, 287, 1060-1062 (see comments Science 287, 985-986).
16. Petrov, D.A. & Hartl, D. L. (2000). Pseudogene evolution and natural selection for a compact genome. J. of Heredity, 91, 221-227.
15. Lozovskaya, E.R., Nurminsky, D.I., Petrov, D.A., & Hartl, D.L. (1999). Genome size as a mutation-selection-drift process. Genes and Genet. Syst., 74, 201-207.
14. Petrov, D.A. & Hartl, D. L. (1999). Patterns of nucleotide substitution in Drosophila and mammalian genomes. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 96, 1475-1479.
13. Petrov, D.A., Chao, Y.-C., Stephenson, E.C., & Hartl, D. L. (1998). Pseudogene evolution in Drosophila suggests a high rate of DNA loss. Mol. Biol. Evol., 15, 1562-1567.
12. Moriyama, E.N., Petrov, D.A., & Hartl, D.L. (1998). Genome size and intron size in Drosophila. Mol. Biol. Evol., 15, 770-773.
11. Petrov, D.A. & Hartl, D. L. (1998). High rate of DNA loss in the D. melanogaster and D. virilis species groups. Mol. Biol. Evol., 15, 293-302.
10. Petrov, D.A. & Hartl, D. L. (1997). Trash DNA is what gets thrown away: High rate of DNA loss in Drosophila. Gene, 205, 279-289.
9. Petrov, D.A. (1997). Slow but steady: genome reduction through spontaneous mutation. The Plant Cell, 9, 1900-1901.
8. Petrov, D.A., Lozovskaya, E. R., & Hartl, D. L. (1996). High intrinsic rate of DNA loss in Drosophila. Nature, 384, 346-349.
7. Siegal, M. L., Petrov, D. A., & Deaguiar, D. (1996). Triple-ligation strategy with advantages over directional cloning. Biotechniques, 21, 614-619.
6. Lozovskaya, E. R., Hartl, D. L., & Petrov, D. A. (1995). Genomic regulation of transposable elements in Drosophila. Cur. Opin. in Gen. and Dev., 5, 768-773.
5. Petrov, D. A., Schutzman, J. L., Hartl, D. L., & Lozovskaya, E. R. (1995). Diverse transposable elements are mobilized in hybrid dysgenesis in Drosophila virilis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 92, 8050-8054.
4. Lozovskaya, E. R., Petrov, D. A., & Hartl, D. L. (1993). A combined molecular and cytogenetic approach to genome evolution in Drosophila using large-fragment DNA cloning. Chromosoma, 102, 253-266.
3. Krane, D. E., Allen, R. W., Sawyer, S. A., Petrov, D. A., & Hartl, D. L. (1992). Genetic differences at four DNA typing loci in Finnish, Italian, and mixed Caucasian populations. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89, 10583-10587.
2. Danilevskaya, O. N., Petrov, D. A., Pavlova, M. N., Koga, A., Kurenova, E. V., & Hartl, D. L. (1992). A repetitive DNA element, associated with telomeric sequences in Drosophila melanogaster, contains open reading frames. Chromosoma, 102, 32-40.
1. Smoller, D. A., Petrov, D.A., & Hartl, D. L. (1991). Characterization of bacteriophage P1 library containing inserts of Drosophila DNA of 75-100 kilobase pairs. Chromosoma, 100, 487-494.

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