David G. Mets, Ph.D.

2008 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States 
"David Mets"
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Barbara J. Meyer grad student 2008 UC Berkeley
 (Meiotic crossover position and frequency are regulated by chromosome structure in Caenorhabditis elegans.)
Michael S. Brainard post-doc HHMI/UCSF
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Mets DG, Brainard MS. (2019) Learning is enhanced by tailoring instruction to individual genetic differences. Elife. 8
Mets DG, Brainard MS. (2019) Author response: Learning is enhanced by tailoring instruction to individual genetic differences Elife
Mets DG, Brainard MS. (2018) An automated approach to the quantitation of vocalizations and vocal learning in the songbird. Plos Computational Biology. 14: e1006437
Colquitt BM, Mets DG, Brainard MS. (2018) Draft genome assembly of the Bengalese finch, Lonchura striata domestica, a model for motor skill variability and learning. Gigascience. 7: 1-6
Mets DG, Brainard MS. (2017) Genetic variation interacts with experience to determine interindividual differences in learned song. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Youds JL, Mets DG, McIlwraith MJ, et al. (2010) RTEL-1 enforces meiotic crossover interference and homeostasis. Science (New York, N.Y.). 327: 1254-8
Mets DG, Meyer BJ. (2009) Condensins regulate meiotic DNA break distribution, thus crossover frequency, by controlling chromosome structure. Cell. 139: 73-86
Tsai CJ, Mets DG, Albrecht MR, et al. (2008) Meiotic crossover number and distribution are regulated by a dosage compensation protein that resembles a condensin subunit. Genes & Development. 22: 194-211
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