Répertoire du personnel

Emmanuel Gilissen

Biologie
Gestion des collections et des données biologiques
  • Coimbra, JP.,  Pettigrew, J.,  Kaswera Kyamakya, C.,  Gilissen, E.,  Collin, SP. & Manger, PR. 2017. ‘Retinal ganglion cell topography and spatial resolving power in African megachiropterans: influence of roosting microhabitat and foraging’. The Journal of Comparative Neurology 525: 186-203.  (PR).
  • van der Valk, T.,  Caillaud, D.,  Dalèn, L.,  Gilissen, E.,  Semal, P.,  Sonet, G.,  Nagy, Z.T. & Guschanski, K. 2016. ‘Entire mitochondrial genomes from historical museum and contemporary fecal samples provide a temporal perspective of genetic diversity in Grauer”s gorillas (Gorilla beringei graueri)’. International Primatological Society. Book of abstracts. (PR)
  • Beaudet, A.,  Dumoncel, J.,  de Beer, F.,  Durrleman, S.,  Gilissen, E.,  Oettlé, A.,  Thackeray, J. & Braga, J. 2016. ‘Reconstructing early hominin brain evolution from South African Australopithecus endocasts’. American Association of Physical Anthropology (AAPA) Atlanta, 12-16 April 2016. Book of abstracts. New York : Wiley. (PR)
  • Coimbra, J.P.,  Kaswera, C.,  Gilissen, E.,  Manger, P.R. & Collin, S.P. 2016. ‘The topographic organization of retinal ganglion cell density and spatial resolving power in an unusual arboreal and slow-moving strepsirhine primate, the potto (Perodicticus potto)’. Brain, Behavior and Evolution 87: 4-18.  (PR).
  • Gilissen, E.,  Leroy, K.,  Yilmaz, Z.,  Kovari, E.,  Boom, A.,  Erwin, J.,  Hof, P. & Brion, J.-P. 2016. ‘A neuronal aging pattern unique to humans and common chimpanzees’. Brain Structure and Function 221: 647–664. DOI: DOI 10.1007/s00429-014-0931-5.  (PR).
  • Neaux, D.,  Gilissen, E.,  Coudyzer, W. & Guy, F. 2015. ‘Implications of the relationship between basicranial flexion and facial orientation for the evolution of hominid craniofacial structures’. Int. J. Primatol 36(6): 1120–1131. DOI: DOI 10.1007/s10764-015-9886-5.  (PR).
  • Calvey, T.,  Patzke, N.,  Kaswera-Kyamakya, C.,  Gilissen, E.,  Bertelsen, M.F.,  Pettigrew, J. & Manger, P.R. 2015. ‘Organization of cholinergic, catecholaminergic, serotonergic and orexinergic nuclei in three strepsirrhine primates: Galago demidoff, Perodicticus potto and Lemur catta’. Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy 70: 42-57.  (PR).
  • Evin, A.,  Gilissen, E. & Germonpré, M. 2015. ‘3D cranium models of fossils of large canids (Canis lupus) from Goyet, Trou des Nutons and Trou Balleux, Belgium. 3D dataset’. http://www.morphomuseum.com/Articles/view/15. DOI: doi: 10.18563/m3.1.3.e2 .  (PR).
  • Guy, F.,  Lazzari, V.,  Gilissen, E. & Thiery, G. 2015. ‘To what extent is Primate second molar enamel occlusal morphology shaped by the enamel-dentine junction?’. PLoS ONE 10(9): e0138802. DOI: doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0138802.  (PR).
  • Coimbra, J.P.,  Kaswera, C.,  Gilissen, E.,  Manger, P.R. & Collin , S.P. 2015. ‘The retina of the Ansorge’s cusimanse (Crossarchus ansorgei): number, topography and convergence of photoreceptors and ganglion cells in relation to ecology and behavior’. Brain, Behavior and Evolution 86: 79-93. DOI: DOI: 10.1159/000433514.  (PR).