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Tine Huyse

Biologie
Invertébrés
  • Cruz-Laufer, A.,  Pariselle, A.,  Jorissen, M.,  Muterezi Bukinga, F.,  Al Assadi, A.,  Van Steenberge, M.,  Koblmüller, S.,  Smeets, K.,  Huyse, T.,  Artois, T. & Vanhove, M. 2022. ‘Somewhere I belong: phylogeny and morphological evolution in a species-rich lineage of ectoparasitic flatworms infecting cichlid fishes’. Cladistics. DOI:  https://doi.org/10.1111/cla.12506.  I.F. 5.2.
  • Anyolitho, M.,  Poels, K.,  Huyse, T.,  Tumusiime, J.,  Mugabe, F.,  Tolo, C.,  Masquillier, C. & Nyakato, V. 2022. ‘Knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding schistosomiasis infection and prevention: A mixed-methods study among endemic communities of western Uganda’. PLOS NEGLECTED TROPICAL DISEASES 16: e0010190. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0010190.  I.F. 4.4.
  • Jorissen, M.,  Vanhove, M.,  Pariselle, A.,  Snoeks, J.Vreven, E.,  Šimková, A.,  Wamuini Lunkayilakio, S.,  Chocha Manda, A.,  Kapepula Kasembele, G.,  Muterezi Bukinga, F.,  Artois, T. & Huyse, T. 2022. ‘Molecular Footprint of Parasite Co-introduction with Nile Tilapia in the Congo Basin’. Organisms Diversity & Evolution In press.  I.F. 2.9.
  • Geraerts, M.,  Huyse , T.,  Barson, M.,  Bassirou, H.,  Bilong Bilong, C.,  Bitja Nyom, A.,  Chocha Manda, A.,  Cruz-Laufer, A.,  Kalombo Kabalika, C.,  Kapepula Kasembele, G.,  Muterezi Bukinga, S.,  Artois, T. & Vanhove, M. 2022. ‘Mosaic or melting pot: The use of monogeneans as a biological tag and magnifying glass to discriminate introduced populations of Nile tilapia in sub-Saharan Africa’. Genomics 114(3):110328 . DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ygeno.2022.110328 .  I.F. 5.7.
  • Geraerts, M.,  Vangestel, C.,  Artois, T.,  Fernandes, J.,  Jorissen, M.,  Choca Manda, A.,  Danadu Mizani, C.,  Smeets, K.,  Snoeks, J.,  Sonet, G.,  Tingbao, Y.,  Van Steenberge, M.,  Vreven, E.,  Lunkayilakio Wamuini, S.,  Vanhove, M. & Huyse, T. 2022. ‘Population genomics of introduced Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus (Linnaeus, 1758)) in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: repeated introductions since colonial times with multiple sources’. Molecular Ecology 31: 3304-3322 . DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.16479.  I.F. 6.19.
  • Schols, R.,  Carolus, H.,  Hammoud, C.,  Muzarabani, K.,  Barson, M. & Huyse, T. 2021. ‘Invasive snails, parasite spillback, and potential parasite spillover drive parasitic diseases of Hippopotamus amphibius in artificial lakes of Zimbabwe’. BMC Biology 19: 160. URL:  https://doi.org/10.1186/s12915-021-01093-2  I.F. 7.4.
  • Hammoud, C.,  Mulero, S.,  Van Bocxlaer, B.,  Boissier, J.,  Verschuren, D.,  Albrecht, C. & Huyse, T. 2021. ‘Simultaneous genotyping of snails and infecting trematode parasites using high-throughput amplicon sequencing First published: 26 August 2021 https://doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.13492’. Molecular Ecology Resources. DOI:  https://doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.13492.  I.F. 6.2.
  • Brees, J.,  Huyse, T.,  Tumusiime, J.,  Kagoro-Rugunda, G.,  Namirembe, D.,  Mugabi, F.,  Nyakato, V.,  Anyolitho, MK.,  Tolo, C. & Jacobs, L. 2021. ‘The Potential of Citizen-Driven Monitoring of Freshwater Snails in Schistosomiasis Research’.  Citizen Science: Theory and Practice 6(1): 18: 1-13. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/cstp.388.  (PR).
  • Maes, T.,  Hammoud, C.,  Volckaert, F. & Huyse, T. 2021. ‘A Call for Standardised Snail Ecological Studies to Support Schistosomiasis Risk Assessment and Snail Control Efforts’. Hydrobiologia 848 (8): 1773-1793. DOI: doi: 10.1007/s10750-021-04547-4 .  I.F. 2.3.
  • Rey, O.,  Webster, B.,  Huyse, T.,  Rollinson, D.,  Van den Broeck, F.,  Kincaid-Smith, J.,  Onyekwere, A. & Boissier, J. 2021. ‘Population genetics of African Schistosoma species’. Infection Genetics and Evolution 89, Art.No. ARTN 104727. DOI:  doi: 10.1016/j.meegid.2021.104727.  I.F. 2.8.