Publications

Journal Article (9)

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    Uecker, H.: Effectively Evolution-proof Antibiotics? Trends in Microbiology 26 (12), pp. 969 - 970 (2018)
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    Tepekule, B.; Uecker, H.; Derungs, I.; Frenoy, A.; Bonhoeffer, S.: Modeling antibiotic treatment in hospitals: a systematic approach shows benefits of combination therapy over cycling, mixing, and mono-drug therapies. PLoS Computational Biology 13 (9), e1005745 (2017)
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    Uecker, H.; Bonhoeffer, S.: Modeling antimicrobial cycling and mixing: Differences arising from an individual-based versus a population-based perspective. Mathematical Biosciences 294, pp. 85 - 91 (2017)
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    Uecker, H.: Evolutionary rescue in randomly mating, selfing, and clonal populations. Evolution 71 (4), pp. 845 - 858 (2017)
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    Uecker, H.; Hermisson, J.: The role of recombination in evolutionary rescue. Genetics 202 (2), pp. 721 - 732 (2016)
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    Uecker, H.; Setter, D.; Hermisson, J.: Adaptive gene introgression after secondary contact. Journal of Mathematical Biology 70 (7), pp. 1523 - 1580 (2015)
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    Uecker, H.; Otto, S. P.; Hermisson, J.: Evolutionary rescue in structured populations. The American Naturalist 183 (1), pp. E17 - E35 (2014)
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    Uecker, H.; Hermisson, J.: On the fixation process of a beneficial mutation in a variable environment. Genetics 188 (4), pp. 915 - 930 (2011)
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    Uecker, H.; Kranz, W. T.; Aspelmeier, T.; Zippelius, A.: Partitioning of energy in highly polydisperse granular gases. Physical Review E 80 (2009)

Working Paper (2)

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    Working Paper
    Uecker, H.; Bonhoeffer, S.: Antibiotic treatment protocols revisited: The challenges of a conclusive assessment by mathematical modeling. bioRxiv (2018)
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    Scire, J.; Hozé, N.; Uecker, H.: Aggressive or moderate drug therapy for infectious diseases? Trade-offs between different treatment goals at the individual and population levels. bioRxiv (2018)
 
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