Jacob C Koella

Affiliations: 
Université de Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, Switzerland 
Area:
Evolution, parasitology, evolutionary ecology
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Bozzuto C, Canessa S, Koella JC. (2021) Exploring artificial habitat fragmentation to control invasion by infectious wildlife diseases. Theoretical Population Biology
Hamley JID, Koella JC. (2021) Parasite evolution in an age-structured population. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 110732
Zilio G, Koella JC. (2020) Sequential co-infections drive parasite competition and the outcome of infection. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Zilio G, Koella JC. (2020) Sequential co-infections drive parasite competition and the outcome of infection. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Hauser G, Thiévent K, Koella JC. (2020) Consequences of larval competition and exposure to permethrin for the development of the rodent malaria Plasmodium berghei in the mosquito Anopheles gambiae. Parasites & Vectors. 13: 107
Hauser G, Koella JC. (2020) Larval exposure to a pyrethroid insecticide and competition for food modulate the melanisation and antibacterial responses of adult Anopheles gambiae. Scientific Reports. 10: 1364
Hauser G, Thiévent K, Koella JC. (2019) The ability of Anopheles gambiae mosquitoes to bite through a permethrin-treated net and the consequences for their fitness. Scientific Reports. 9: 8141
Thiévent K, Zilio G, Hauser G, et al. (2019) Malaria load affects the activity of mosquito salivary apyrase. Journal of Insect Physiology. 116: 10-16
Thiévent K, Zilio G, Hauser G, et al. (2019) Malaria load affects the activity of mosquito salivary apyrase. Journal of Insect Physiology. 116: 10-16
Thiévent K, Hauser G, Elaian O, et al. (2019) The interaction between permethrin exposure and malaria infection affects the host-seeking behaviour of mosquitoes. Malaria Journal. 18: 79
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