1. Wang S, Liu C, Wilson AB, Li X, Zhu W, Gao X, Liu X, Li Y (2017) Pathogen richness and abundance predict patterns of adaptive MHC variation in insular amphibians. Molecular Ecology, 26, 4671-4685, 10.1111/mec.14242.
  2. Wilson AB (2017) MHC and adaptive immunity in teleost fishes. Immunogenetics, 69, 521–528, 10.1007/s00251-017-1009-3.
  3. Bürkli A, Wilson AB (2017) Explaining high-diversity death assemblages: Undersampling of the living community, out-of-habitat transport, time-averaging of rare taxa, and local extinction. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 466, 174–183.
  4. Whittington CM, Griffith OW, Qi W, Thompson MB, Wilson AB (2015) Seahorse brood pouch transcriptome reveals common genes associated with vertebrate pregnancy. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 32, 3114-
  5. Wilson AB, Whittington CM, Bahr A (2014)  High intralocus variability and interlocus recombination promote immunological diversity in a minimal major histocompatibility system. BMC Evolutionary Biology14, 273.
  6. Ejsmond MJ, Radwan J, Wilson AB (2014)  Sexual selection and the evolutionary dynamics of the major histocompatibility complex. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B, 281, 20141662. 
  7. Fehr A, Walther E, Schmidt-Posthaus H, Nufer L, Wilson AB, Segner H, Pospischi A, Vaughn L (2013) Candidatus Syngnamydia venezia, a novel member of the phylum Chlamydiae and a potential model for
    host-pathogen coevolution.  PLoS One, 8(8), e70853. 
  8. Whittington CM, Wilson AB (2013) The role of prolactin in fish reproduction.  General and Comparative Endocrinology, 191, 123-136.
  9. Whittington CM, Musolf K, Sommer S, Wilson AB (2013) Behavioral cues of reproductive status in seahorses (Hippocampus abdominalis).  Journal of Fish Biology, 83, 220-226.
  10. Mwale M, Kaiser H, Barker N, Wilson AB, Teske PW (2013) Identification of a uniquely southern African clade of coastal pipefishes (Syngnathus spp.).  Journal of Fish Biology, 82, 2045-2062.  
  11. Sommer S, Whittington CM, Wilson AB (2012) Standardized classification of early development in male-pregnant pipefish, seahorses, and seadragons (Family Syngnathidae).  BMC Developmental Biology, 12, 39.
  12. Bahr A, Sommer S, Mattle B, Wilson AB (2012) Mutual mate choice in the potbellied seahorse (Hippocampus abdominalis).  Behavioral Ecology, 23, 869-878. 
  13. Bahr A, Wilson AB (2012) The evolution of MHC diversity: Evidence of intralocus gene conversion and recombination in a single-locus system. Gene, 497, 52-57.  
  14. Winkler JD, Stolting KN, Wilson AB (2012) Sex-specific responses to fecundity selection in the broad-nosed pipefish. Evolutionary Ecology, 26, 701-714.
  15. Bahr A, Wilson AB (2011) The impact of sex-role reversal on the diversity of the major histocompatibility complex: Insights from the seahorse (Hippocampus abdominalis). BMC Evolutionary Biology, 11, 121.
  16. Wilson AB, Orr JW (2011) The evolutionary origins of syngnathid fishes.  Journal of Fish Biology, 78, 1603-1623.
  17. Stölting KN, Meudt HM, Clarke AC, Blanckenhorn WU, Wilson AB (2011) Cost-effective fluorescent amplified fragment length polymorphism analyses.  Molecular Ecology Notes, 11, 494-502.
  18. Hablützel P, Wilson AB (2011) Notes on the occurrence of Syngnathus rostellatus (Teleostei, Syngnathidae) in the Mediterranean.  Marine Biodiversity Records, 4, e57.  
  19. Wilson AB Eigenmann Veraguth I (2010) The impact of Pleistocene glaciation across the range of a widespread European coastal species. Molecular Ecology, 19, 4535-4553.
  20. Stoelting KN, Gort G, Wüst C, Wilson AB (2009) Eukaryotic transcriptomics in silico: Optimizing cDNA AFLP efficiency.  BMC Genomics, 10, 565.
  21. Mattle B, Wilson AB (2009) Body size preferences in the pot-bellied seahorse Hippocampus abdominalis: Choosy males and indiscriminate females.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology , 10, 1403-1411. 
  22. Wilson AB (2009) Opening Pandora’s Box: Comparative studies of genetic mating systems reveal reproductive complexity.  Molecular Ecology, 18, 1307-1309. 
  23. Wilson AB (2009) Fecundity selection predicts Bergmann’s rule in syngnathid fishes.  Molecular Ecology, 18, 1263-1272.
  24. Wilson AB, Teugels GG, and Meyer A (2008) Marine incursion: The freshwater herring of Lake Tanganyika are the products of a marine invasion into West Africa.  PLoS One, 3, e1979.  
  25. Rispoli VF and Wilson AB (2008) Sexual size dimorphism predicts the frequency of multiple mating in the sex-role reversed pipefish Syngnathus typhle.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology , 21, 30-38. 
  26. Stoelting KN and Wilson AB (2007) Male pregnancy in seahorses and pipefish: Beyond the mammalian model. BioEssays, 29, 884-896. 
  27. Wilson AB and Martin-Smith KM (2007) Genetic monogamy despite social promiscuity in the pot-bellied seahorse (Hippocampus abdominalis). Molecular Ecology, 16, 2345-2352.
  28. Millien V, Lyons KJ, Olsen L, Smith FA, Wilson AB, and Yom-Tov Y (2006) Ecotypic variation in the context of global climate change: Revisiting the rules.  Ecology Letters, 9, 853-869.
  29. Wilson AB (2006). Genetic signature of recent glaciation on populations of a near-shore marine fish species (Syngnathus leptorhynchus). Molecular Ecology, 15, 1857-1871.
  30. Wilson AB (2006).  Interspecies mating in sympatric species of Syngnathus pipefish.  Molecular Ecology, 15, 809-824.
  31. Von Rintelen T, Wilson AB, Meyer A, and Glaubrecht M (2004).  Escalation and trophic specialization drive adaptive radiation of freshwater gastropods in ancient lakes on Sulawesi, Indonesia.  Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B, 271, 2541-2550.
  32. Wilson AB, Glaubrecht M, and Meyer A (2004).  Ancient lakes as evolutionary reservoirs: Evidence from the thalassoid gastropods of Lake Tanganyika.  Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B, 271, 529-536.
  33. Wilson AB, Ahnesjö I, Vincent A, and Meyer A (2003). The dynamics of male brooding, mating patterns and sex-roles in pipefishes and seahorses (Family Syngnathidae).  Evolution, 57, 1374-1386.
  34. Wilson AB, Vincent A, Ahnesjö I, and Meyer A (2001).  Male pregnancy in seahorses and pipefishes (Family Syngnathidae): Rapid diversification of paternal brood pouch morphology inferred from a molecular phylogeny. Journal of Heredity, 92, 159-166.
  35. Wilson AB, Noack-Kunnmann, K, and Meyer A (2000).  Incipient speciation in sympatric Nicaraguan crater lake cichlid fishes: Sexual selection versus ecological diversification. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B, 267, 2133-2141.
  36. Noack K, Wilson AB, and Meyer A (2000).  Broad taxonomic applicability of microsatellites developed for the highly polymorphic neotropical cichlid (Amphilophus citrinellum). Animal Genetics, 31(2), 151-152. 
  37. Wilson AB, Naish K-A, and Boulding EG (1999).  Multiple dispersal strategies of the invasive quagga mussel Dreissena bugensis as revealed by microsatellite analysis. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 56, 2248-2261.
  38. Wilson AB, Boulding, EG, and Naish K-A (1999).  Characterization of tri- and tetra-nucleotide microsatellite markers in the invasive mollusc, Dreissena bugensis. Molecular Ecology, 8, 692-693.
  39. Claxton WT, Wilson AB, Mackie GL, and Boulding EG (1998).  A genetic and morphological comparison of shallow and deep water populations of the introduced dreissenid bivalve, Dreissena bugensisCanadian Journal of Zoology, 76, 1269-1276.
  40. Wilson AB, Boates JS, and Snyder M (1997).  The role of topography in the genetic isolation of populations of the gammaridean amphipod, Corophium volutator, in the Bay of Fundy, Canada.  Molecular Ecology, 6, 917-923.