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Thesis - PhD (6)

  1. 81.
    Thesis - PhD
    Vallier, M.: Characterization of pathogen-driven selection at B4galnt2 in house mice. Dissertation, 211 pp., Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Kiel (2017)
  2. 82.
    Thesis - PhD
    Belheouane, M.: Analysis of the skin microbiota in house mice using genetic, evolutionary and ecological approaches. Dissertation, 228 pp., Kiel University, Kiel (2016)
  3. 83.
    Thesis - PhD
    Rausch, P.: The influence of blood-group-related antigens on the intestinal microbiome. Dissertation, 309 pp., Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel (2015)
  4. 84.
    Thesis - PhD
    Wang, J.: Ecological and evolutionary forces shaping variation in the wild mouse gut microbiome. Dissertation, 167 pp., Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel (2014)
  5. 85.
    Thesis - PhD
    Wang, J.: Ecological and evolutionary forces shaping variation in the wild mouse gut microbiome. Dissertation, 181 pp., Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel (2014)
  6. 86.
    Thesis - PhD
    Linnenbrink, M.: Population genetic and functional analysis of the B4galnt2 gene in the genus Mus (Rodentia; Muridae). Dissertation, XIV, 90 pp., Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel (2012)

Working Paper (2)

  1. 87.
    Working Paper
    Sieber, M.; Pita, L.; Weiland-Bräuer, N.; Dirksen, P.; Wang, J.; Mortzfeld, B.; Franzenburg, S.; Schmitz, R. A.; Baines, J. F.; Fraune, S. et al.; Hentschel, U.; Schulenburg, H.; Bosch, T. C. G.; Traulsen, A.: Neutrality in the metaorganism. bioRxiv (2019)
  2. 88.
    Working Paper
    Rausch, P.; Rühlemann, M.; Hermes, B.; Doms, S.; Dagan, T.; Dierking, K.; Domin, H.; Fraune, S.; Frieling, J. v.; Humeida, U. H. et al.; Heinsen, F.-A.; Höppner, M.; Jahn, M.; Jaspers, C.; Kissoyan, K. A. B.; Langfeldt, D.; Rehman, A.; Reusch, T. B. H.; Röder, T.; Schmitz, R. A.; Schulenburg, H.; Soluch, R.; Sommer, F.; Stukenbrock, E. H.; Weiland-Bräuer, N.; Rosenstiel, P.; Franke, A.; Bosch, T.; Baines, J. F.: Comparative analysis of amplicon and metagenomic sequencing methods reveals key features in the evolution of animal metaorganisms. bioRxiv (2019)
 
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