Anthropogeny Publications Exchange (APE)

The Anthropogeny Publications Exchange (APE) is a resource for anthropogeny-related publications informing on human evolution, origins, and uniqueness. It also serves as a reference repository for the Matrix of Comparative Anthropogeny (MOCA). The number of possible additions to APE are limitless, however we have chosen to focus on those with a maximum relevance to anthropogeny using the following criteria:

  • Relevance for understanding the evolutionary origins of the human species
  • Research that informs on the origins of uniquely human features
  • Comparative studies of other species relevant to understanding human uniqueness
  • Broad interest and appeal to CARTA members
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http://gupress.gallaudet.edu/SLS/SLS9-3.html Meemul Tziij: An Indigenous Sign Language Complex of Mesoamerica E. Tree 0 Visual-Manual Communication 2009 2016-06-28
Campbell's monkeys concatenate vocalizations into context-specific call sequences. K. Ouattara et al. 0 Combinatorial Capacity, Duality of Patterning 2009 2016-06-28
The politics of female identity: Warlpiri widows at Yuendumu F. Dussart 0 Visual-Manual Communication 1992 2016-06-28
Primate prefrontal cortex evolution: human brains are the extreme of a lateralized ape trend. J. Smaers et al. 0 Frontal Lobe Size, Volume of Frontal Lobe White Matter 2011 2016-06-28
Is prefrontal white matter enlargement a human evolutionary specialization? C. Sherwood et al. 0 Volume of Frontal Lobe White Matter 2005 2016-06-28
Humans and great apes share a large frontal cortex. K. Semendeferi et al. 0 Number and Complexity of Cortical Gyrii, Pattern of Gyrification, Volume of Frontal Lobe White Matter 2002 2016-06-28
Prefrontal white matter volume is disproportionately larger in humans than in other primates. T. Schoenemann et al. 0 Volume of Frontal Lobe White Matter 2005 2016-06-28
Neural connectivity and cortical substrates of cognition in hominoids. N. Schenker et al. 0 Frontal Lobe Size, Volume of Frontal Lobe White Matter 2005 2016-06-28
The evolution of endometrial cycles and menstruation. B. Strassmann 0 Volume of Menstrual Blood Loss 1996 2016-06-28
Menstruation as a defense against pathogens transported by sperm. M. Profet 0 Volume of Menstrual Blood Loss 1993 2016-06-28
Menstruation: a nonadaptive consequence of uterine evolution. C. Finn 0 Volume of Menstrual Blood Loss 1998 2016-06-28
Nutritional iron deficiency: an evolutionary perspective. S. Denic et al. 0 Volume of Menstrual Blood Loss 2007 2016-06-28
Sperm competition: motility and the midpiece in primates. M. Anderson et al. 0 Volume of the Sperm Mid Piece 2002 2016-06-28
The evolution of human speech: the role of enhanced breathing control. A. MacLarnon et al. 0 Voluntary Control of Breathing 1999 2016-06-28
The functions of laryngeal air sacs in primates: a new hypothesis. G. Hewitt et al. 0 Voluntary Control of Breathing 2002 2016-06-28
Was Man More Aquatic in the Past? A. Hardy 0 Voluntary Control of Breathing 1960 2016-06-28
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0003347201919141 A syntactic rule in forest monkey communication K. Zuberbühler 0 Combinatorial Capacity, Duality of Patterning 2002 2016-06-28
Blood groups of anthropoid apes and their relationship to human blood groups S. WW et al. 0 Blood Group Antigen Types and Prevalence 1978 2016-06-28
http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-2494.1986.tb00432.x The stumptailed macaque as a model for baldness: effects of minoxidil H. UNO 0 Baldness and Male Pattern Baldness 1986 2016-06-28
The faculty of language: what is it, who has it, and how did it evolve? M. Hauser et al. 0 Combinatorial Capacity, Hierarchical Linguistic Structure 2002 2016-06-28
The Origin of Speech C. Hockett 0 Combinatorial Capacity, Displaced Reference, Duality of Patterning 1960 2016-06-28
The Human Brain in Figures and Tables S. Blinkov et al. 0 Association Cortex Size 1968 2016-06-28
Comparative expression analysis of the phosphocreatine circuit in extant primates: Implications for human brain evolution. A. Pfefferle et al. 0 CKB (Creatine kinase brain), SLC6A8 (solute carrier family 6 (neurotransmitter transporter, creatine), member 8) 2011 2016-06-28
The origin of man: a chromosomal pictorial legacy. J. Yunis et al. 0 Chromosome Number , Heterochromatin Content 1982 2016-06-28
First Years of Human Chromosomes P. Harper 0 Chromosome Number 2007 2016-06-28
"Bar-coding" primate chromosomes: molecular cytogenetic screening for the ancestral hominoid karyotype. S. Müller et al. 0 Chromatin-Stained Banding Patterns 2001 2016-06-28
Gain of new exons and promoters by lineage-specific transposable elements-integration and conservation event on CHRM3 gene. J. Huh et al. 0 CHRM3 (Cholinergic receptor, muscarinic 3) 2009 2016-06-28
Identification of human-specific transcript variants induced by DNA insertions in the human genome. D. Kim et al. 0 CHRM3 (Cholinergic receptor, muscarinic 3), LEPR (Leptin receptor), RAB3IP (RAB3A interacting protein), RGS6 (Regulator of G-protein signaling 6) 2011 2016-06-28
The chimeric gene CHRFAM7A, a partial duplication of the CHRNA7 gene, is a dominant negative regulator of α7*nAChR function. T. Araud et al. 0 CHRFAM7A (CHRNA7 (cholinergic receptor, nicotinic, alpha 7) and FAM7A (family with sequence similarity 7A) fusion) 2011 2016-06-28
Sialic acid recognition by Vibrio cholerae neuraminidase. I. Moustafa et al. 0 Cholera 2004 2016-06-28
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2542143/ Cholera studies: 1. History of the disease R. Pollitzer 0 Cholera 1954 2016-06-28
An ace up the sleeve of the cholera bacterium. S. Richardson et al. 0 Cholera 1996 2016-06-28
Vibrio cholerae interactions with the gastrointestinal tract: lessons from animal studies. J. Ritchie et al. 0 Cholera 2009 2016-06-28
The effect of oral pancreatic extract on jejunal bactericidal activity in protein-deficient vervet monkeys challenged with Vibrio cholerae. K. Gyr et al. 0 Cholera 1979 2016-06-28
The fatal enteric cholera infection in the guinea pig, achieved by inhibition of normal enteric flora. R. FRETER 0 Cholera 1955 2016-06-28
Cholera, diarrhea, and oral rehydration therapy: triumph and indictment. R. Guerrant et al. 0 Cholera 2003 2016-06-28
Medical Microbiology S. Baron 0 Cholera 1996 2016-06-28
Cholera transmission: the host, pathogen and bacteriophage dynamic. E. Nelson et al. 0 Cholera 2009 2016-06-28
The primate neocortex in comparative perspective using magnetic resonance imaging. J. Rilling et al. 0 Cerebellar Volume 1999 2016-06-28
Linked regularities in the development and evolution of mammalian brains. B. Finlay et al. 0 Cerebellar Volume 1995 2016-06-28
http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/evan.20105 Primate brain evolution: Integrating comparative, neurophysiological, and ethological data R. Barton 0 Cerebellar Volume 2006 2016-06-28
The origin of human chromosome 18 from a human/ape ancestor. E. McConkey 0 Centromere and Pericentromere Changes 1997 2016-06-28
Segmental duplications and the evolution of the primate genome. R. Samonte et al. 0 Centromere and Pericentromere Changes, Genomic Segmental Duplications/Low Copy Repeats 2002 2016-06-28
Using a pericentromeric interspersed repeat to recapitulate the phylogeny and expansion of human centromeric segmental duplications. J. Horvath et al. 0 Centromere and Pericentromere Changes, Genomic Segmental Duplications/Low Copy Repeats 2003 2016-06-28
The structure and evolution of centromeric transition regions within the human genome. X. She et al. 0 Centromere and Pericentromere Changes 2004 2016-06-28
Breakpoint analysis of the pericentric inversion distinguishing human chromosome 4 from the homologous chromosome in the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). H. Kehrer-Sawatzki et al. 0 Centromere and Pericentromere Changes 2005 2016-06-28
Characterization of the human lineage-specific pericentric inversion that distinguishes human chromosome 1 from the homologous chromosomes of the great apes. J. Szamalek et al. 0 Centromere and Pericentromere Changes 2006 2016-06-28
Primate segmental duplications: crucibles of evolution, diversity and disease. J. Bailey et al. 0 Centromere and Pericentromere Changes, Genomic Segmental Duplications/Low Copy Repeats, Telomere and Subtelomere Changes 2006 2016-06-28
Adaptation by introgression. M. Arnold et al. 0 Archaic Adaptive Introgression 2009 2016-06-28
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378111906001806 Molecular evolution of the brain size regulator genes CDK5RAP2 and CENPJ P. Evans et al. 0 CDK5RAP2 (CDK5 regulatory subunit-associated protein 2) 2006 2016-06-28
Adaptive evolution of four microcephaly genes and the evolution of brain size in anthropoid primates. S. Montgomery et al. 0 CDK5RAP2 (CDK5 regulatory subunit-associated protein 2) 2011 2016-06-28
Gene expression profiling of post-mortem orbitofrontal cortex in violent suicide victims. A. Thalmeier et al. 0 CDH12 (cadherin 12, type 2 (N-cadherin 2) ) 2008 2016-06-28
Genetic utility of broadly defined bipolar schizoaffective disorder as a diagnostic concept. M. Hamshere et al. 0 CDH12 (cadherin 12, type 2 (N-cadherin 2) ) 2009 2016-06-28
CCL3L1 copy number is a strong genetic determinant of HIV seropositivity in Caucasian intravenous drug users. K. Huik et al. 0 CCL3L1 (chemokine (C-C motif) ligand 3-like 1) 2010 2016-06-28
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2630879/ CCL3L1-CCR5 genotype influences durability of immune recovery during antiretroviral therapy of HIV-1–infected individuals S. Ahuja et al. 0 CCL3L1 (chemokine (C-C motif) ligand 3-like 1) 2008 2016-06-28
Gene losses during human origins. X. Wang et al. 0 CASP12 (caspase-12 gene/pseudogene) 2006 2016-06-28
Spread of an inactive form of caspase-12 in humans is due to recent positive selection. Y. Xue et al. 0 CASP12 (caspase-12 gene/pseudogene) 2006 2016-06-28
Differential modulation of endotoxin responsiveness by human caspase-12 polymorphisms. M. Saleh et al. 0 CASP12 (caspase-12 gene/pseudogene) 2004 2016-06-28
Enhanced bacterial clearance and sepsis resistance in caspase-12-deficient mice. M. Saleh et al. 0 CASP12 (caspase-12 gene/pseudogene) 2006 2016-06-28
Identification of novel phosphorylation modification sites in human proteins that originated after the human-chimpanzee divergence. D. Kim et al. 0 CASC5 (Cancer Susceptibility Candidate 5 ) 2011 2016-06-28
Kinetochore KMN network gene CASC5 mutated in primary microcephaly. A. Genin et al. 0 CASC5 (Cancer Susceptibility Candidate 5 ) 2012 2016-06-28
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2013.12.036 The Human Condition- A Molecular Approach S. Paabo 0 CASC5 (Cancer Susceptibility Candidate 5 ) 2014 2016-06-28
Recent de novo origin of human protein-coding genes. D. Knowles et al. 0 C22orf45 (Chromosome 22 open reading frame 45), CLLU1 (Chronic lymphocytic leukemia up-regulated 1), DNAH10OS (Dynein, axonemal heavy chain 10 opposite strand) 2009 2016-06-28
A human-specific de novo protein-coding gene associated with human brain functions. C. Li et al. 0 C20orf203 (chromosome 20 open reading frame 203) 2010 2016-06-27
Principles of Brain Evolution G. Striedter 0 Brain Size 2005 2016-06-27
http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ar.a.20128 Origin and evolution of large brains in toothed whales L. Marino et al. 0 Brain Size 2004 2016-06-27
The blood groups of chimpanzees A-B-O groups and M-N types. A. Wiener et al. 0 Blood Group Antigen Types and Prevalence 1960 2016-06-27
Immunogenetic studies of maternal-fetal relationships: a review: why newborn rhesus monkeys don't get hemolytic disease. R. Treichel 0 Blood Group Antigen Types and Prevalence 1987 2016-06-27
Evidence for convergent evolution of A and B blood group antigens in primates. C. O'hUigin et al. 0 Blood Group Antigen Types and Prevalence 1997 2016-06-27
Mode of onset in evolutionary-relevant and evolutionary-neutral phobias: evidence from a clinical sample. R. Menzies et al. 0 Behavior In Water 1997 2016-06-27
Swimming Behavior of the Human Infant M. McGraw 0 Behavior In Water 1939 2016-06-27
Umbrella hypotheses and parsimony in human evolution: a critique of the Aquatic Ape Hypothesis. J. Langdon 0 Behavior In Water, Voluntary Control of Breathing 1997 2016-06-27
Adipose tissue in human infancy and childhood: an evolutionary perspective. C. Kuzawa 0 Behavior In Water, Fatness at Birth 1998 2016-06-27
Rift Valley lake fish and shellfish provided brain-specific nutrition for early Homo. C. Broadhurst et al. 0 Behavior In Water 1998 2016-06-27
http://www.pnas.org/content/107/22/10002.abstract Early hominin diet included diverse terrestrial and aquatic animals 1.95 Ma in East Turkana, Kenya D. Braun et al. 0 Behavior In Water 2010 2016-06-27
The evolution of human reproduction: a primatological perspective. R. Martin 0 Baculum (Penis Bone) 2007 2016-06-27
http://dx.doi.org/10.1207/s15516709cog0000_62 With the Future Behind Them: Convergent Evidence From Aymara Language and Gesture in the Crosslinguistic Comparison of Spatial Construals of Time R. Núñez et al. 0 Awareness of Past and Future, Displaced Reference 2006 2016-06-27
Total brain volume and corpus callosum size in medication-naïve adolescents and young adults with autism spectrum disorder. C. Freitag et al. 0 Autism Spectrum Disorders 2009 2016-06-27
Autism & the Development of Mind R. Hobson 0 Autism Spectrum Disorders 1994 2016-06-27
Autism: An Introduction to Psychological Theory F. Happe 0 Autism Spectrum Disorders 1994 2016-06-27
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0376635710002925 Border collie comprehends object names as verbal referents J. Pilley et al. 0 Arbitrary Reference, Auditory-Vocal Communication, Displaced Reference 2011 2016-06-27
Naturally occurring hypertension in New World nonhuman primates: Potential role of the perifornical hypothalamus. O. Smith et al. 0 Atherosclerotic Stroke 2007 2016-06-27
Different strokes for different folks: the rich diversity of animal models of focal cerebral ischemia. D. Howells et al. 0 Atherosclerotic Stroke 2010 2016-06-27
Occurrence of stroke in a nonhuman primate model of cerebrovascular disease. S. Prusty et al. 0 Atherosclerotic Stroke 1988 2016-06-27
Heart disease and stroke statistics--2012 update: a report from the American Heart Association. V. Roger et al. 0 Atherosclerotic Stroke 2012 2016-06-27
Human and Chimpanzee Gene Expression Differences Replicated in Mice Fed Different Diets M. Somel et al. 0 Atherosclerotic Stroke 2008 2016-06-27
Astrocytic complexity distinguishes the human brain. N. Oberheim et al. 0 Astrocyte Morphology 2006 2016-06-27
Uniquely hominid features of adult human astrocytes. N. Oberheim et al. 0 Astrocyte Morphology 2009 2016-06-27
Neue Ergibnisse uber die vergleichende histologische Lokalisation der Grosshirnrinde mit besonderer Berucksichtigung des Stirnhirns K. Brodmann 0 Association Cortex Size 1912 2016-06-27
Rethinking pelvic typologies and the human birth mechanism D. Walrath 0 Assisted Childbirth 2003 2016-06-27
Evolutionary obstetrics W. Trevathan 0 Assisted Childbirth 1999 2016-06-27
Human Birth: An Evolutionary Perspective W. Trevathan 0 Assisted Childbirth 1987 2016-06-27
What good is feeling bad? R. Nesse 0 Assisted Childbirth 1991 2016-06-27
Comment on "Ongoing adaptive evolution of ASPM, a brain size determinant in Homo sapiens". F. Yu et al. 0 ASPM (asp (abnormal spindle) homolog, microcephaly associated) 2007 2016-06-27
Comment on "Ongoing adaptive evolution of ASPM, a brain size determinant in Homo sapiens" and "Microcephalin, a gene regulating brain size, continues to evolve adaptively in humans". M. Currat et al. 0 ASPM (asp (abnormal spindle) homolog, microcephaly associated), MCPH1 (microcephalin 1) 2006 2016-06-27
Adaptive evolution of ASPM, a major determinant of cerebral cortical size in humans. P. Evans et al. 0 ASPM (asp (abnormal spindle) homolog, microcephaly associated) 2004 2016-06-27
Ongoing adaptive evolution of ASPM, a brain size determinant in Homo sapiens. N. Mekel-Bobrov et al. 0 ASPM (asp (abnormal spindle) homolog, microcephaly associated) 2005 2016-06-27
Protein-truncating mutations in ASPM cause variable reduction in brain size. J. Bond et al. 0 ASPM (asp (abnormal spindle) homolog, microcephaly associated) 2003 2016-06-27
ASPM is a major determinant of cerebral cortical size. J. Bond et al. 0 ASPM (asp (abnormal spindle) homolog, microcephaly associated) 2002 2016-06-27
Methylation of inorganic arsenic in different mammalian species and population groups. M. Vahter 0 Arsenic Detoxification 1999 2016-06-27

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