Amy Bauernfeind, Ph.D.

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Anatomy & Neurobiology Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
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Bauernfeind AL, Babbitt CC. (2020) Metabolic changes in human brain evolution. Evolutionary Anthropology
Bauernfeind AL, Babbitt CC. (2019) Genetic diversity underlying behavioral plasticity in human adaptation. Progress in Brain Research. 250: 41-58
Bauernfeind AL, Babbitt CC. (2017) The predictive nature of transcript expression levels on protein expression in adult human brain. Bmc Genomics. 18: 322
Bauernfeind AL, Soderblom EJ, Turner ME, et al. (2015) Evolutionary divergence of gene and protein expression in the brains of humans and chimpanzees. Genome Biology and Evolution
Bauernfeind AL, Reyzer ML, Caprioli RM, et al. (2015) High spatial resolution proteomic comparison of the brain in humans and chimpanzees. The Journal of Comparative Neurology
Bauernfeind AL, Babbitt CC. (2014) The appropriation of glucose through primate neurodevelopment. Journal of Human Evolution. 77: 132-40
Bauernfeind AL, Barks SK, Duka T, et al. (2014) Aerobic glycolysis in the primate brain: reconsidering the implications for growth and maintenance. Brain Structure & Function. 219: 1149-67
Barks SK, Bauernfeind AL, Bonar CJ, et al. (2014) Variable temporoinsular cortex neuroanatomy in primates suggests a bottleneck effect in eastern gorillas. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 522: 844-60
Bianchi S, Stimpson CD, Duka T, et al. (2013) Synaptogenesis and development of pyramidal neuron dendritic morphology in the chimpanzee neocortex resembles humans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: 10395-401
Bauernfeind AL, de Sousa AA, Avasthi T, et al. (2013) A volumetric comparison of the insular cortex and its subregions in primates. Journal of Human Evolution. 64: 263-79
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