Publications

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Published articles

Hartfield M., Bataillon T. and Glémin S. “The Evolutionary Interplay between Adaptation and Self-Fertilization”. Trends in Genetics, 33(6): 420–431, 2017.
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Hartfield M. “On the origin of asexual species by means of hybridisation and drift”. Molecular Ecology, 25(14): 3264-3265, 2016.
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Hartfield M. and Glémin S. “Limits to adaptation in partially selfing species”. Genetics, 203(2): 959–974, 2016.
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Simulation Code
Commentary on GSA’s “Genes to Genomes” blog

Betancourt A.J. and Hartfield M. “Recombination and Molecular Evolution”. In Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Biology, 411–416, 2016.
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Hartfield M. “Evolutionary genetic consequences of of facultative sex and outcrossing”. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 29(1); 5–22, 2016.
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Hartfield M., Wright S.I. and Agrawal A.F. “Coalescent times and patterns of genetic diversity in species with facultative sex: effects of gene conversion, population structure and heterogeneity”. Genetics, 202(1); 297–312, 2016.
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Commentary on Haldane’s Sieve blog
Coalescent Simulation Code

Agrawal A.F. and Hartfield M. “Coalescence with background and balancing selection in systems with bi- and uniparental reproduction: contrasting partial asexuality and selfing”. Genetics, 202(1); 313–326, 2016.
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Balancing Selection Simulation Code
Background Selection Simulation Code

Hartfield M. and Alizon S. “Within-host stochastic emergence dynamics of immune escape
mutants”. PLoS Computational Biology, 11(3): e1004149, 2015.
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Hartfield M., Murall C.L. and Alizon S. “Clinical Applications of Pathogen Phylogenies”. Trends in Molecular Medicine, 20(7): 394–404, 2014.
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Hartfield M., Bull R., White P.A., Lloyd A.R., Luciani F. and Alizon S. “Evidence that HCV genome partly controls infection outcome”. Evolutionary Applications, 7(5): 533–547, 2014.
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Hartfield M. and Alizon S. “Epidemiological feedbacks affect evolutionary emergence of pathogens”. The American Naturalist, 183(4): E105–117, 2014.
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Hartfield M. and Glémin S. “Hitchhiking of deleterious alleles and the cost of adaptation in partially selfing species”. Genetics, 196(1): 281–293, 2014.
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Faculty of 1000 Review
Cover Story for Genetics

Hartfield M. and Alizon S. “Introducing the Outbreak Threshold”. PLoS Pathogens, 9(6); e1003277, 2013.
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Hartfield M., Otto S.P. and Keightley P.D. “The maintenance of obligate sex in finite, structured populations subject to recurrent mutation”. Evolution, 66(12): 3658—3669, 2012.
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Hartfield M. “A framework for estimating the fixation time of an advantageous allele in stepping-stone models”. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 25(9): 1751—1764, 2012.
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Hartfield M. and Keightley P.D. “Current hypotheses regarding the evolution of sex and recombination”. Integrative Zoology, 7(2): 192—209, 2012.
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Hartfield M. and Otto S.P. “Recombination and the Hitchhiking of Deleterious Alleles”. Evolution, 65(9): 2421—2434, 2011.
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Faculty of 1000 Review

Hartfield M., White K.A.J. and Kurtenbach K. “The role of deer in facilitating the spatial spread of the pathogen Borrelia burgdorferi”. Theoretical Ecology, 4(1), 27—36, 2011.
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Hartfield M., Otto S.P. and Keightley P.D. “The Role of Advantageous Mutations in Enhancing the Evolution of a Recombination Modifier”. Genetics, 184(4): 1153—1164, 2010.
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