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Scott Wylie
Scott Wylie
Postdoc in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Brown University
Verified email at brown.edu
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Should evolutionary geneticists worry about higher-order epistasis?
DM Weinreich, Y Lan, CS Wylie, RB Heckendorn
Current opinion in genetics & development 23 (6), 700-707, 2013
2872013
A biophysical protein folding model accounts for most mutational fitness effects in viruses
CS Wylie, EI Shakhnovich
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (24), 9916-9921, 2011
2072011
The fixation probability of rare mutators in finite asexual populations
CS Wylie, CM Ghim, D Kessler, H Levine
Genetics 181 (4), 1595-1612, 2009
442009
Optimal strategy for competence differentiation in bacteria
CS Wylie, AD Trout, DA Kessler, H Levine
PLoS genetics 6 (9), e1001108, 2010
432010
Mutation induced extinction in finite populations: lethal mutagenesis and lethal isolation
CS Wylie, EI Shakhnovich
PLoS computational biology 8 (8), e1002609, 2012
272012
Fluctuation-induced instabilities in front propagation up a comoving reaction gradient in two dimensions
CS Wylie, H Levine, DA Kessler
Physical Review E 74 (1), 016119, 2006
62006
Evolutionary advantage of a mixed strategy for the competence phenotype in bacteria
C Wylie, H Levine, D Kessler
APS March Meeting Abstracts 1, 9007, 2009
2009
Diffusive growth and noisy replication: models at the interface of statistical physics and biological evolution
CS Wylie
2009
Supplementary information for" The fixation probability of rare mutators in finite asexual populations"
CS Wylie, CM Ghim, DA Kessler, H Levine
arXiv preprint arXiv:0901.0066, 2008
2008
Supplementary information for
CS Wylie, CM Ghim, DA Kessler, H Levine
2008
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