Dmytro provides bioinformtics support to researchers at LUDC. He is involved in multiple research projects as well as training of LUDC staff in the selection and use of bioinformatics tools. He leads all aspects of bioinformatics pipeline development, implementation, and management, to support next-generation sequencing (NGS) analyses, including but not limited to RNA-seq, GWAS, microbiome and multi-omics.
Dmytro obtained his Ph.D. from Uppsala University, where he worked on population genetics and comparative genomics of a polyploid plant species. During his post-doc, he studied diet adaptation in dogs. He has a long experience in genomic (SNP, copy-number, indels) and transcriptomc (RNA-Seq, microarray) data analyses. His interests include reproducible research, high-performance computing, and Big Data analyses. He is an expert in Linux, Python, and R.
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How broad is the selfing syndrome? Insights from convergent evolution of gene expression across species and tissues in the Capsella genusZebin Zhang, Dmytro Kryvokhyzha, Marion Orsucci, Sylvain Glémin, Pascal Milesi, et al.
(2022) New Phytologist, 236 p.2344-2357
Myocardin regulates exon usage in smooth muscle cells through induction of splicing regulatory factorsLi Liu, Dmytro Kryvokhyzha, Catarina Rippe, Aishwarya Jacob, Andrea Borreguero-Muñoz, et al.
(2022) Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, 79
Short-term lingonberry feeding is associated with decreased insulin levels and altered adipose tissue function in high-fat diet fed C57BL/6J miceDorota Kotowska, Mathis Neuhaus, Lovisa Heyman-Lindén, Björn Morén, Shuyi Li, et al.
(2022) Journal of Functional Foods, 94 p.1-8
High-throughput muscle fiber typing from RNA sequencing dataNikolay Oskolkov, Malgorzata Santel, Hemang M. Parikh, Ola Ekström, Gray J. Camp, et al.
(2022) Skeletal Muscle, 12 p.1-9
Genetic variation at RAB3GAP2 and its role in exercise-related adaptation and recoveryKristoffer Ström, Nikolay Oskolkov, Tugce Karaderi, Sebastian Kalamajski, Ola Ekström, et al.
(2021) , p.1-16
Regulation of the Muscarinic M3 Receptor by Myocardin-Related Transcription FactorsLi Liu, Catarina Rippe, Ola Hansson, Dmytro Kryvokhyzha, Steven Fisher, et al.
(2021) Frontiers in Physiology, 12 p.1-18
The genetic consequences of dog breed formation - Accumulation of deleterious genetic variation and fixation of mutations associated with myxomatous mitral valve disease in cavalier King Charles spanielsErik Axelsson, Ingrid Ljungvall, Priyasma Bhoumik, Laura Bas Conn, Eva Muren, et al.
(2021) PLoS Genetics, 17 p.1-34