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*molecular evolution
*molecular evolution
*genetic variation
*genetic variation
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*immune system
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*the immune system
*genome regions prone to instability, rearrangement, duplication and gene conversion
*genome regions prone to instability, rearrangement, duplication and gene conversion
*population genetics
*population genetics
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*Salmon genome project (genome duplication, gene ID & expression and arrays)<br>
*Salmon genome project (genome duplication, gene ID & expression and arrays)<br>
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*Mammalian immune system genes <br>
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* immune system genes <br>
*Molecular evolution using multi–gene families <br>
*Molecular evolution using multi–gene families <br>
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*Functional analysis of zonadhesin and Ars2 <br>
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*Genomics in Salmon and Lice (GiLS) <br>
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Koop lab

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The Koop lab is interested in:

  • molecular evolution
  • genetic variation
  • the immune system
  • genome regions prone to instability, rearrangement, duplication and gene conversion
  • population genetics

The impact of these on disease, cancer, immunity, and natural selection is being undertaken using a highly multidisciplinary approach.

Current projects include:

  • Salmon genome project (genome duplication, gene ID & expression and arrays)
  • immune system genes
  • Molecular evolution using multi–gene families
  • Genomics in Salmon and Lice (GiLS)


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