(See also Google’s publication list.)



chabrier2024Effective pruning for top-k feature search on the basis of SHAP values
L Chabrier, A Crombach, S Peignier, C Rigotti
preprint: HAL


zeppilli2023Mammalian olfactory cortex neurons retain molecular signatures of ancestral cell types
S Zeppilli, A Ortega Gurrola, P Demetci, D Brann, R Attey, N Zilkha, T Kimchi, SR Datta, R Singh, MA Tosches, A Crombach, A Fleischmann
preprint: bioRxiv


zeppilli2021Molecular characterization of projection neuron subtypes in the mouse olfactory bulb
S Zeppilli, T Ackels, R Attey, N Klimpert, KD Ritola, S Boeing, A Crombach, AT Schaefer, A Fleischmann
eLife 2021;10:e65445 (preprint: bioRxiv)


marin2018The genomic view of diversification
J Marin, G Achaz, A Crombach, and A Lambert
Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 33:10, 1387–1404 (preprint: bioRxiv)


parey2018Evolution of the D. melanogaster chromatin landscape and its associated proteins
E Parey and A Crombach
Genome Biology and Evolution, evz019 (preprint: bioRxiv)


verd2016spiralA damped oscillator imposes temporal order on posterior gap gene expression in Drosophila
B Verd, E Clark, KR Wotton, H Janssens, E Jiménez-Guri, A Crombach, and J Jaeger
PLoS Biology, 16:2, e2003174 (preprint: bioRxiv)


abdol2017scatterScatter search applied to the inference of a development gene network
AM Abdol, D Cicin-Sain, JA Kaandorp, and A Crombach
Computation, 5:2, 22
verd2016timedepDynamic maternal gradients control timing and shift-rates for gap gene expression
B Verd, A Crombach, and J Jaeger
PLoS Computational Biology, 13:2, e1005285 (preprint: bioRxiv)


crombach2015gapsGap gene regulatory dynamics evolve along a genotype network
A Crombach*, KR Wotton*, E Jiménez-Guri, and J Jaeger
Molecular Biology and Evolution, 33:5, 1293–1307 (preprint: bioRxiv)


wotton2015gapsQuantitative system drift compensates for altered maternal inputs to the gap gene network of the scuttle fly Megaselia abdita
KR Wotton, E Jiménez-Guri, A Crombach, H Janssens, A Alcaine-Colet, S Lemke, U Schmidt-Ott, and J Jaeger
eLife 2015;4:e04785
wotton2015dataHigh-resolution gene expression data from blastoderm embryos of the scuttle fly Megaselia abdita
KR Wotton, E Jiménez-Guri, A Crombach, D Cicin-Sain, and J Jaeger
Scientific Data 2, Article number 150005
cicinsain2014superflySuperFly: a comparative database for quantified spatio-temporal gene expression patterns in early dipteran embryos
D Cicin-Sain*, A Hermoso Pulido*, A Crombach*, KR Wotton, E Jiménez-Guri, JF Taly, G Roma, and J Jaeger
Nucleic Acids Research, 43 D751–D755
villaverde2014biopredynBioPreDyn-bench: a suite of benchmark problems for dynamic modelling in systems biology
AF Villaverde, D Henriques, K Smallbone, S Bongard, J Schmid, D Cicin-Sain, A Crombach, J Saez-Rodriguez, K Mauch, E Balsa-Canto, P Mendes, J Jaeger and JR Banga
BMC Systems Biology, 9:8


verd2014classificationClassification of transient behaviours in a time-dependent toggle switch model
B Verd, A Crombach, and J Jaeger
BMC Systems Biology, 8:1, 43
crombach2014evolutionEvolution of early development in dipterans: reverse-engineering the gap gene network in the moth midge Clogmia albipunctata (Psychodidae)
A Crombach, M Garcia-Solache, and J Jaeger
Biosystems, 123 74–85


janssens2013lackLack of tailless leads to an increase in expression variability in Drosophila embryos
H Janssens, A Crombach, KR Wotton, D Cicin-Sain, S Surkova, LC Lu, M Samsonova, M Akam, and J Jaeger
Developmental Biology, 377:1, 305–317


crombach2012efficientEfficient reverse-engineering of a developmental gene regulatory network
A Crombach*, KR Wotton*, D Cicin-Sain, M Ashyraliyev, and J Jaeger
PLoS Computational Biology, 8:7, e1002589
crombach2012mediumMedium-throughput processing of whole mount in situ hybridisation experiments into gene expression domains
A Crombach*, D Cicin-Sain*, KR Wotton*, and J Jaeger
PLoS One, 7:9, e46658, 2012


crombach2011rnaIs RNA-dependent RNA polymerase essential for transposon control?
A Crombach and P Hogeweg
BMC Systems Biology, 5:1, 104


crombach2009evolutionEvolution of resource cycling in ecosystems and individuals
A Crombach and P Hogeweg
BMC Evolutionary Biology, 9:1, 122


crombach2008evolutionEvolution of evolvability in gene regulatory networks
A Crombach and P Hogeweg
PLoS Computational Biology, 4:7, e1000112


crombach2007chromosomeChromosome rearrangements and the evolution of genome structuring and adaptability
A Crombach and P Hogeweg
Molecular Biology and Evolution, 24:5, 1130–1139

Book chapter(s)


crombach2021postdocLife’s Attractors Continued
A Crombach and J Jaeger
(preprint: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03128711v2)


crombach2017reviewModelling the Evolution of Dynamic Regulatory Networks: Some Critical Insights
A Crombach
in Evolutionary Biology: Self/Nonself Evolution, Species and Complex Traits Evolution, Methods and Concepts. Editor P Pontarotti, Springer Cham, 257–273


jaeger2012lifeLife’s attractors
J Jaeger and A Crombach
in Evolutionary Systems Biology. Editor O Soyer, Springer New York, 93–119



crombach2009evolvingEvolving the structure of genomes, networks and ecosystems
A Crombach
ISBN: 978-90-393-5029-4