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Sunnaker, M; Zamora-Sillero, E; Lopez Garcia de Lomana, A; Rudroff, F; Sauer, U; Stelling, J; Wagner, A (2014). Topological augmentation to infer hidden processes in biological systems. Bioinformatics, 30(2):221-227.

Zamora-Sillero, E; Hafner, M; Ibig, A; Stelling, J; Wagner, A (2011). Efficient characterization of high-dimensional parameter spaces for systems biology. BMC Systems Biology, 5:142.

Raman, K; Wagner, A (2011). Evolvability and robustness in a complex signalling circuit. Molecular BioSystems, 7(4):1081-1092.

Raman, K; Wagner, A (2011). The evolvability of programmable hardware. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 8:269-281.

de la Chaux, N; Wagner, A (2011). BEL/Pao retrotransposons in metazoan genomes. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 11:154.

Wagner, A (2011). The low cost of recombination in creating novel phenotypes: Recombination can create new phenotypes while disrupting well-adapted phenotypes much less than mutation. BioEssays, 33(8):636-646.

Dhar, R; Sägesser, R; Weikert, C; Yuan, J; Wagner, A (2011). Adaptation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to saline stress through laboratory evolution. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 24(5):1135-1153.

Espinosa-Soto, C; Martin, O C; Wagner, A (2011). Phenotypic robustness can increase phenotypic variability after nongenetic perturbations in gene regulatory circuits. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 24(6):1284-1297.

Wagner, A (2011). On the energy and material cost of gene duplication. In: Dittmar, K; Liberles, D. Evolution after gene duplication. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell, 207-214.

Espinosa-Soto, C; Martin, O C; Wagner, A (2011). Phenotypic plasticity can facilitate adaptive evolution in gene regulatory circuits. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 11:5.

Wright, J; Bellissimi, E; de Hulster, E; Wagner, A; Pronk, J T; van Maris, A J A (2011). Batch and continuous culture-based selection strategies for acetic acid tolerance in xylose-fermenting Saccharomyces cerevisiae. FEMS Yeast Research, 11(3):299-306.

Hayden, E J; Ferrada, E; Wagner, A (2011). Cryptic genetic variation promotes rapid evolutionary adaptation in an RNA enzyme. Nature, 474(7349):92-95.

Samal, A; Wagner, A; Martin, O C (2011). Environmental versatility promotes modularity in genome-scale metabolic networks. BMC Systems Biology, 5:135.

Espinosa-Soto, C; Wagner, A (2011). Genotype networks shed light on evolutionary constraints. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 26(11):577-584.

Matias Rodrigues, J F; Wagner, A (2011). Genotype networks, innovation, and robustness in sulfur metabolism. BMC Systems Biology, 5:39.

Ruch, Willibald; Proyer, Rene T (2011). Positive Psychologie: Zum Glück geboren? In: Holenstein, A; Meyer Schweizer, R; Perrig-Chiello, P; Rusterholz, P; von Zimmermann, C; Wagner, A; Zwahlen, S M. Glück. Referate einer Vorlesungsreihe des Collegium generale der Universität Bern im Frühjahrssemester 2010. Bern: Haupt, 97-118.

Wagner, A (2011). The molecular origins of evolutionary innovations. Trends in Genetics, 27(10):397-410.

Bichsel, M; Barbour, A D; Wagner, A (2010). The early phase of a bacterial insertion sequence infection. Theoretical Population Biology, 78(4):278-288.

Ferrada, E; Wagner, A (2010). Evolutionary innovations and the organization of protein functions in genotype space. PLoS ONE, 5(11):e14172.

Samal, A; Matias Rodrigues, J F; Jost, J; Martin, O C; Wagner, A (2010). Genotype networks in metabolic reaction spaces. BMC Systems Biology, 4:30.

Rankin, D J; Bichsel, M; Wagner, A (2010). Mobile DNA can drive lineage extinction in prokaryotic populations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 23(11):2422-2431.

Sulc, P; Wagner, A; Martin, O C (2010). Quantifying slow evolutionary dynamics in RNA fitness landscapes. Journal of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, 8(6):1027-1040.

Espinosa-Soto, C; Wagner, A (2010). Specialization can drive the evolution of modularity. PLoS Computational Biology, 6(3):e1000719.

Bragg, J G; Wagner, A (2010). The evolution of protein material costs. In: Caetano-Anolles, G. Evolutionary genomics and systems biology. New York: Wiley-Blackwell, 203-211.

Hafner, M; Koeppl, H; Wagner, A (2009). Evolution of feedback loops in oscillatory systems. In: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Foundations of Systems Biology in Engineering (FOSBE 2009), Denver, CO, USA, 9 August 2009 - 12 August 2009, 157-160.

Bragg, J G; Wagner, A (2009). Protein material costs: single atoms can make an evolutionary difference. Trends in Genetics, 25(1):5-8.

Hafner, M; Koeppl, H; Hasler, M; Wagner, A (2009). 'Glocal' robustness analysis and model discrimination for circadian oscillators. PLoS Computational Biology, 5(10):e1000534.

Wagner, A (2009). Andreas Wagner. In: Oftedal, G; Olsen, J K B; Rossell, P; Norup, M S. Evolutionary theory: 5 questions. [S.l.]: Automatic Press/VIP, ?-?.

Martin, O C; Wagner, A (2009). Effects of recombination on complex regulatory circuits. Genetics, 183(2):673-684.

Wagner, A (2009). Evolutionary constraints permeate large metabolic networks. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 9:231.

de la Chaux, N; Wagner, A (2009). Evolutionary dynamics of the LTR retrotransposons roo and rooA inferred from twelve complete Drosophila genomes. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 9:205.

Matias Rodrigues, J F; Wagner, A (2009). Evolutionary plasticity and innovations in complex metabolic reaction networks. PLoS Computational Biology, 5(12):e1000613.

Wagner, A (2009). Networks in molecular evolution. In: Meyers, R A. Encyclopedia of complexity and systems science ; Part 13. New York, NY, US: Springer, 5655-5667.

Wagner, A (2009). Transposable elements as genomic diseases. Molecular BioSystems, 5(1):32-35.

Jorg, T; Martin, O C; Wagner, A (2008). Neutral network sizes of biological RNA molecules can be computed and are not atypically small. BMC Bioinformatics, 9:464.

Wright, J; Wagner, A (2008). Exhaustive identification of steady state cycles in large stoichiometric networks. BMC Systems Biology, 2:61.

Ferrada, E; Wagner, A (2008). Protein robustness promotes evolutionary innovations on large evolutionary time-scales. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 275(1643):1595-1602.

Wright, J; Wagner, A (2008). The Systems Biology Research Tool: evolvable open-source software. BMC Systems Biology, 2:55.

Martin, O C; Wagner, A (2008). Multifunctionality and robustness trade-offs in model genetic circuits. Biophysical Journal, 94(8):2927-2937.

Wagner, A (2008). Gene duplications, robustness and evolutionary innovations. BioEssays, 30(4):367-373.

Wagner, A (2008). Robustness and evolvability: a paradox resolved. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 275(1630):91-100.

Wagner, A; de la Chaux, N (2008). Distant horizontal gene transfer is rare for multiple families of prokaryotic insertion sequences. Molecular Genetics and Genomics, 280(5):397-408.

Berdajs, D; Schurr, U P; Wagner, A; Seifert, Burkhardt; Turina, M I; Genoni, M (2008). Incidence and pathophysiology of atrioventricular block following mitral valve replacement and ring annuloplasty. European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, 34(1):55-61.

Wagner, A (2008). Neutralism and selectionism: a network-based reconciliation. Nature Reviews. Genetics, 9(12):965-974.

Félix, M A; Wagner, A (2008). Robustness and evolution: concepts, insights and challenges from a developmental model system. Heredity, 100(2):132-140.

Fuller, M; Wagner, A; Enquist, J (2008). Using network analysis to characterize forest structure. Natural Resources Modeling, 21(2):225-247.

Wagner, A; Lewis, C; Bichsel, M (2007). A survey of bacterial insertion sequences using IScan. Nucleic Acids Research, 35(16):5284-5293.

Wagner, A (2007). From bit to it: How a complex metabolic network transforms information into living matter. BMC Systems Biology, 1:33.

Schmid, Konrad (2006). Gibt es „Reste hebräischen Heidentums“ im Alten Testament? Methodische Überlegungen anhand von Dtn 32,8f und Ps 82. In: Wagner, A. Primäre und sekundäre Religion als Kategorie der Religionsgeschichte des Alten Testaments. Berlin / New York: de Gruyter, 105-120.

Krüger, Thomas (1996). Dekonstruktion und Rekonstruktion prophetischer Eschatologie im Qohelet-Buch. In: Diesel, A A; Lehmann, R G; Otto, E; Wagner, A. "Jedes Ding hat seine Zeit …": Studien zur israelitischen und altorientalischen Weisheit (FS D. Michel). Berlin: de Gruyter, 107-129.

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