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Strassert JFH, Wurzbacher C, Hervé V, et al. (2021) Long rDNA amplicon sequencing of insect-infecting nephridiophagids reveals their affiliation to the Chytridiomycota and a potential to switch between hosts. Scientific Reports. 11: 396
Feldewert C, Lang K, Brune A. (2020) The hydrogen threshold of obligately methyl-reducing methanogens. Fems Microbiology Letters
Hervé V, Liu P, Dietrich C, et al. (2020) Phylogenomic analysis of 589 metagenome-assembled genomes encompassing all major prokaryotic lineages from the gut of higher termites. Peerj. 8: e8614
Michaud C, Hervé V, Dupont S, et al. (2019) Efficient but occasionally imperfect vertical transmission of gut mutualistic protists in a wood-feeding termite. Molecular Ecology
Radek R, Meuser K, Altinay S, et al. (2019) Novel Lineages of Oxymonad Flagellates from the Termite Porotermes adamsoni (Stolotermitidae): the Genera Oxynympha and Termitimonas. Protist. 170: 125683
Lampert N, Mikaelyan A, Brune A. (2019) Diet is not the primary driver of bacterial community structure in the gut of litter-feeding cockroaches. Bmc Microbiology. 19: 238
Tokuda G, Mikaelyan A, Fukui C, et al. (2018) Fiber-associated spirochetes are major agents of hemicellulose degradation in the hindgut of wood-feeding higher termites. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Bourguignon T, Lo N, Dietrich C, et al. (2018) Rampant Host Switching Shaped the Termite Gut Microbiome. Current Biology : Cb
Hervé V, Brune A. (2017) The complete mitochondrial genomes of the higher termites and (Termitidae: Syntermitinae). Mitochondrial Dna. Part B, Resources. 2: 109-110
Tegtmeier D, Belitz A, Radek R, et al. (2017) Ereboglobus luteus gen. nov. sp. nov. from cockroach guts, and new insights into the oxygen relationship of the genera Opitutus and Didymococcus (Verrucomicrobia: Opitutaceae). Systematic and Applied Microbiology
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