Gagneux Lab
Evolutionary GlycobiologyGagneux_Lab_UCSD.html
UCSD Department of Pathology
Division of Comparative Pathology and Medicine  
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Funding: NIH, NIGMS, RO1 Grant R01GM095882


G. Harold and Leila Y. Mathers Foundation of Mount Kisco New York

University of California Office of The President

Lab Fee Program  Award # 118645


Malaria, sexual selection let to humans, UCSD research suggests. North County Times.October 2011
Fertility Rites. Jon Cohen
The Atlantic, 2011
Sugary Mutation May Have Led to Humans' Rise. 
MSNBC. October 2011
Evolution: Sugar helped separate human ancestors from apes'. 
ABC News, October 2011
Sexual Selection by Sugar Molecule Helped Determine Human Origins, Researchers Say. Science Daily. October 2011
Faculty of 1000, Etienne Joly.
Evaluation of Sexual selection by female immunity against paternal antigens can fix loss of function alleles.
Zoo Futures. Jon Cohen
Conservation Magazine, Spring 2013
San Diego Union Tribune. Expert opinion on Influenza study
February 2013
Science Live
Live Chat: Should Chimpanzees Be Studied in Captivity?
Jon Cohen on 29 May 2013
Stopping flu might just be a matter of rock paper scissors
Biomed Central November 2013
Stuck on flu
UCSD news release November 2013
New research targets how to fight influenza
Radio interview for KPBS midday edition November 2013
More anti-inflammatory genes mean longer lifespans for mammals
Mammal species with higher copy numbers of siglec receptor genes have longer maximum lifespans, April 7, 2015
Anti-inflammation genes linked to longer lives
Species with more ‘Siglecs’ get longevity boost, study suggests.
April 7 2015
A Longer Life May Lie in Number of Anti-Inflammatory Genes
by Christopher Wanjek   |   April 07, 2015 03:50pm ET
Live long and prosper with Siglecs  
by Yvonne Bordon, Nature Reviews Immunology, May, 2015 lab_news_files/NatRevImmun2015.pdf
Expert Commentary for Science News:Some chimpanzees infected with AIDS virus may harbor protective, humanlike gene. May, 2015
Anti-Alzheimer’s gene may have led to the rise of grandparents, by Kelli Whitlock Burton, Science News, November, 2015
‘Grandparent genes’ discovered by scientists, by Sarah Knapton, The Telegraph, UK, November, 2015
Newly Evolved, Uniquely Human Gene Variants Protect Older Adults from Cognitive Decline, by Heather Bushman, UC San Diego Health System, November, 2015
Coating the Flu with Sticky Polymers to Look for New Drugs. Matthew Gibson ACS Cent. Sci. October 2016lab_news_files/coating%20the%20Flu%202016.pdf
From a Pink Squiggle to the Human Genome Project
This Yellowstone bacterium sparked PCR, one of the great advances in genetics. Maggie Koerth-Baker, January 2017