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Publications: 28 total
Total citations: Google Scholar = 446, Scopus = 263
Average citations per publication: Google Scholar = 15.4, Scopus = 9.1
i10-index (h papers cited a minimum of 10 times): Google Scholar = 12, Scopus = 9
H-index (papers cited a minimum of h times): Google Scholar = 10, Scopus = 8

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  1. Perry, B.W.†/D.C. Card†, J.W. McGlothlin, G.I.M. Pasquesi, R.H. Adams, D.R. Schield, N.R. Hales, A.B. Corbin, J.P. Demuth, F.G. Hoffmann, M.W. Vandewege, R. Schott, N. Bhattacharyya, B.S.W. Chang, N.R. Casewell, G. Whiteley, J. Reyes-Velasco, S.P. Mackessy, K.B. Storey, K.K. Biggar, C.N. Passow, C.-H. Kuo, S.E. McGaugh, A.M. Bronikowski, J. de Koning, S.V. Edwards, M.E. Pfrender, P. Minx, E.D. Brodie III, E.D. Brodie Jr., W.C. Warren, & T.A. Castoe. 2018. Molecular adaptations for sensing and securing prey, and insights into amniote diversity, from the garter snake genome. Genome Biology & Evolution. doi: 10.1093/gbe/evy157.  
  2. Pasquesi, G.I.M., R.H. Adams, D.C. Card, D.R. Schield, A.B. Corbin, B.W. Perry, J. Reyes-Velasco, R.P. Ruggiero, M.W. Vandewege, J.A. Shortt, & T.A. Castoe. 2018. Evolutionary dynamics of genomic repeat element landscapes in squamate reptiles. Nature Communications 9: 2774. doi: 10.1038/s41467-018-05279-1.  
  3. Schield, D.R., D.C. Card, R.H. Adams, A.B. Corbin, T. Jezkova, N.R. Hales, J.M. Meik, C.L. Spencer, L.L. Smith, G. C. Garcia, N.M. Bouzid, J.L. Strickland, C.L. Parkinson, O. Flores-Villela, S.P. Mackessy, & T.A. Castoe. 2018. Cryptic genetic diversity, population structure, and gene flow dynamics in the highly venomous Mohave rattlesnake (Crotalus scutulatus). Molecular Phylogenetics & Evolution 127: 669-681. doi: 10.1016/j.ympev.2018.06.013.  
  4. Adams, R.H, D.R. Schield, D.C. Card, & T.A. Castoe. 2018. Assessing the impacts of positive selection on coalescent-based species tree estimation and delineation. Systematic Biologydoi: 10.1093/sysbio/syy034.  
  5. Card, D.C., D.R. Schield, & T.A. Castoe. 2018. Plasticity and local adaptation explain lizard cold tolerance. Molecular Ecology 27(9): 2173-2175. doi: 10.1111/mec.14575.  
  6. Schott, R.K. A. Van Nynatten, D.C. Card, T.A. Castoe, & B. Chang. 2018. Shifts in selective pressures on snake phototransduction genes associated with photoreceptor transmutation and dim-light ancestryMolecular Biology & Evolution. doi: 10.1093/molbev/msy025.  
  7. Adams, R.H., D.R. Schield, D.C. Card, A.B. Corbin, & T.A. Castoe. 2017. ThetaMater: Bayesian estimation of population size parameter θ from genetic dataBioinformatics. doi: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btx733.  
  8. Hales, N.R., D.R. Schield, A.L. Andrew, D.C. Card, M.R. Walsh, & T.A. Castoe. 2017. Contrasting gene expression programs underlie predator-induced phenotypic plasticity within the across generations in Daphnia. Molecular Ecology 26(19): 5003-5015. doi: 10.1111/mec.14213.  
  9. Gamble, T., T.A. Castoe, S.V. Nielsen, J.L. Banks, D.C. Card, D.R. Schield, G.W. Schuett, & W. Booth. 2017. The discovery of XY sex chromosomes in a Boa and Python. Current Biology 27(14): 2148-2153. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2017.06.010.  
  10. Lotterhos, K., D.C. Card, S. Schaal, L. Wang, C. Collins, & R. Verity. 2017. Composite measures of selection can improve the signal-to-noise ratio in genome scans. Methods in Ecology & Evolution 8(6): 717-727. doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12774.  
  11. Schield, D.R., R.H. Adams, D.C. Card, B.W. Perry, T. Jezkova, A.L. Andrew, G.I.M. Pasquesi, C.L. Spencer, E.E. Sanchez, S.P. Mackessy, & T.A. Castoe. 2017. Genomic patterns of divergence and admixture in a widely distributed rattlesnake provide insight into speciation with gene flow. Ecology & Evolution 7(11): 3951-3966. doi: 10.1002/ece3.2996.  
  12. Andrew, A.L., B.W Perry, D.C. Card, D.R. Schield, R.P. Ruggiero, S.E. McGaugh, A. Choudhary, S.M. Secor, & T.A. Castoe. 2017. Growth and stress response mechanisms underlying post-feeding regenerative organ growth in the Burmese python. BMC Genomics 18: 338. doi: 10.1186/s12864-017-3743-1.  
  13. Schott, R., B. Panesar, D.C. Card, M. Preston, T.A. Castoe, & B. Chang. 2017. Targeted hybrid enrichment of complete coding regions across divergent species. Genome Biology & Evolution 9(2): 398-414. doi: 10.1093/gbe/evx005. 
  14. Cox, R.M. C.L. Cox, J.W. McGlothlin, D.C. Card, A.L. Andrew, & T.A. Castoe. 2017. Genetic disintegration: Ontogenetic increases in sex-biased gene expression underlie the breakdown of between-sex genetic correlations. American Naturalist 189(3): 315-332. doi: 10.1086/690105.     
  15. Shortt, J.A., D.C. Card, D.R. Schield, Y. Liu, B. Zhong, T.A. Castoe, E.J. Carlton, & D.D. Pollock. 2017. Whole genome amplification and targeted genome sequencing of Schistosoma japonicum miricidia. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases 11(1): e0005292. doi: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0005292.  
  16. Verity, R., C. Collins, D.C. Card, S.M. Schaal, L. Wang, & K.E. Lotterhos. 2017. MINOTAUR: A platform for the analysis and visualization of multivariate results from genome scans with R Shiny. Molecular Ecology Resources 17(1): 33-43. doi: 10.1111/1755-0998.12579.    biorxiv_logo
  17. Adams, R.H., D.R. Schield, D.C. Card, H. Blackmon, & T.A. Castoe. 2016. GppFst: Genomic posterior predictive simulations of FST and dxy for identifying outlier loci from population genomic data. Bioinformatics. doi: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btw795.  Adams et al. GppFst. Bioinformatics.
  18. Card, D.C., D.R. Schield, R.H. Adams, A.B. Corbin, A.L. Andrew, G.I.M. Pasquesi, B.W. Perry, T. Jezkova, S.M. Boback, W. Booth, & T.A. Castoe. 2016. Phylogeographic and population genetic analyses reveal multiple species of Boa and indepdendent origins of insular dwarfismMolecular Phylogenetics & Evolution 102: 104-116. doi: 10.1016.jympev.2016.05.034.  Card_Daren_CV_21July2014
  19. Streicher, J.W., J.P. McEntee, L.C. Drzich*, D.C. Card, D.R. Schield, U. Smart, C.L. Parkinson, T. Jezkova, E.N. Smith, & T.A. Castoe. 2016. Genetic surfing, not allopatric divergence, explains spatial sorting of mitochondrial haplotypes in venomous coralsnakesEvolution 70(7): 1435-1449. doi: 10.1111/evo.12967. [Featured cover article]  
  20. Adams, R.H., H. Blackmon, J. Reyes-Velasco, D.C. Card, D.R. Schield, N. Waynewood*, A.L. Andrew, & T.A. Castoe. 2016. Microsatellite lanscape evolutionary dynamics across 450 million years of vertebrate genome evolution. Genome 59(5): 295-310. doi: 10.1139/gen-2015-0124.  
  21. Schield, D.R., M.R. Walsh, D.C. Card, A.L. Andrew, R.A. Adams, & T.A. Castoe. 2016. EpiRADseq: scalable analysis of genome-wide patterns of methylation using next-generation sequencingMethods in Ecology & Evolution 7(1): 60-69. doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12435. [Featured cover article]  
  22. Andrew, A.L., D.C. Card, R.P. Ruggiero, D.R. Schield, R.H. Adams, D.D. Pollock, S.M. Secor, & T.A. Castoe. 2015. Rapid changes in gene expression direct rapid shifts in intestinal form and function in the Burmese python after feedingPhysiological Genomics 47 (5): 147-157. doi: 10.1152/physiolgenomics.00131.2014.  
  23. Schield, D.R., D.C. Card, J. Reyes-Velasco, T. Jezkova, F.N. Proctor*, C.L. Spencer, H.-W. Herrmann, S.P. Mackessy, & T.A. Castoe. 2015. Incipient speciation with biased gene flow between two lineages of the Western Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox)Molecular Phylogenetics & Evolution 83: 213-223. doi: 10.1016/j.ympev.2014.12.006.  
  24. Reyes-Velasco, J., D.C. Card, A.L. Andrew, K.J. Shaney, R.H. Adams, D.R. Schield, N.R. Casewell, S.P. Mackessy, T.A. Castoe. 2015. Expression of venom gene homologs in diverse python tissues suggests a new model for the evolution of snake venomMolecular Biology & Evolution 32 (1): 173-183. doi: 10.1093/molbev/msu294.  [Cover article]  
  25. Jezkova, T., B.R. Riddle, D.C. Card, D.R. Schield, M.E. Eckstut, & T.A. Castoe. 2014. Genetic consequences of a post-glacial range expansion in two co-distributed rodents (genus Dipodomys) depends on ecology and genetic marker choiceMolecular Ecology 24 (1): 83-97. doi: 10.1111/mec.13012.  
  26. Card, D.C., D.R. Schield, J. Reyes-Velasco, A.L. Andrew, M.K. Fujita, S.J. Oyler-McCance, J.A. Fike, D.F. Tomback, R.P. Ruggiero, & T.A. Castoe. 2014. Two new low-coverage bird genome references and a comparison of reference-guided versus de novo assembly content and utility. PLOS ONE 9 (9): e106649. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0106649.  
  27. Gilbert, C., J.M. Meik, D. Dashevsky*, D.C. Card, T.A. Castoe, S. Schaack. 2014. Endogenous hepadnaviruses, bornaviruses, and circoviruses in snakesProceedings of the Royal Society B 281 (1791): 20141122. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2014.1122.  Gilbert_2014_EndogenousVirusesSnakes
  28. Castoe. T.A., A.P.J. de Koning, K.T. Hall, D.C. Card, D.R. Schield, M.K. Fujita, R.P. Ruggiero, J.F. Degner, J.M. Daza, W. Gu, J. Reyes-Velasco, K.J. Shaney, J.M. Castoe, S.E. Fox, A.W. Poole, D. Polanco*, J. Dobry, M.W. Vandewege, Q. Li, R. Schott, A. Kapusta, P. Minx, C. Feschotte, P. Uetz, D.A. Ray, F.G. Hoffmann, R. Bogden, E.N. Smith, B.S.W. Chang, F. Vonk, N.R. Casewell, C.V. Henkel, M.K. Richardson, S.P. Mackessy, A.M. Bronikowski, M. Yandell, W.C. Warren, S.M. Secor, and D.D. Pollock. 2013. The Burmese python genome reveals the molecular basis for extreme adaptation in snakes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 110 (51): 20645-20650. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1314475110.  Castoe_2013_PNAS_PythonGenome    Science, popular press

Book Sections

  1. Schield, D.R., D.C. Card, J. Reyes-Velasco, A.L. Andrew, D. Rokyta, S.P. Mackessy, D.D. Pollock, T.A. Castoe. 2016. A role for genomics in rattlesnake research – current knowledge and future potential. In: Schuett, G.W., L.W. Porras, & R.S. Reiserer (Eds.). Rattlesnakes of Arizona. ECO Wear & Publishing, Rodeo, NM, USA.
  2. Shaney, K.J., D.C. Card, D.R. Schield, R.P. Ruggiero, D.D. Pollock, S.P. Mackessy, T.A. Castoe. 2014. Squamate reptile genomics and evolution. In: Gopalakrishnakone P. & Calvete, J.J. (Eds.). Handbook of Toxinology: Venom Genomics and Proteomics. Springer Reference Press, New York, NY, USA.  Castoe_2013_PNAS_PythonGenome
  3. Aguilar, B., D. Card, J. Chaudhuri, S. Domingues, D. Jangam, H. Liu, W. Mann, C. Marquez, M. Parihar, J. Reyes-Velasco, D. Sanchez, M. Steffenson, M. Walsh. 2013. 1441: Cell and Molecular Biology Laboratory Manual. Published by the Beta Phi Chapter of Phi Sigma Society.
  4. Card, D.C. 2013. Aldabra Atoll. In Howarth, R.W. Biomes and Ecosystems: An Encyclopedia Vol. 2. Salem Press. Ipswich, MA. Pages 230-232.
  5. Card, D.C. 2013. Sri Lanka rain forests. In Howarth, R.W. Biomes and Ecosystems: An Encyclopedia Vol. 4. Salem Press. Ipswich, MA. Pages 1171-1173.
  6. Card, D.C. 2013. Wakatobi Archipelago coral reefs. In Howarth, R.W. Biomes and Ecosystems: An Encyclopedia Vol. 4. Salem Press. Ipswich, MA. Pages 1283-1285.

(† Equal contribution; * Undergraduate author)
Last updated 14 August, 2018