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Nandintsetseg, D; Bracis, C; Olson, KA; Böhning-Gaese, K; Calabrese, JM; Chimeddorj, B; Fagan, WF; Fleming, CH; Heiner, M; Kaczensky, P; Leimgruber, P; Munkhnast, D; Stratmann, T; Mueller, T (2019): Challenges in the conservation of wide-ranging nomadic species. Journal of Applied Ecology 2019; 56: 1916-1926

Lirakis, M; Magalhaes, S (2019): Does experimental evolution produce better biological control agents A critical review of the evidence Entomol Exp Appl. 2019; 167(7): 584-597.
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Desvars-Larrive, A; Ruppitsch, W; Lepuschitz, S; Szostak, MP; Spergser, J; Feßler, AT; Schwarz, S; Monecke, S; Ehricht, R; Walzer, C; Loncaric, I (2019): Urban brown rats ( Rattus norvegicus ) as possible source of multidrug-resistant Enterobacteriaceae and meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus spp., Vienna, Austria, 2016 and 2017. Euro Surveill. 2019; 24(32): pii=1900149.
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Mohrherr, J; Haber, M; Breitenecker, K; Aigner, P; Moritsch, S; Voronin, V; Eferl, R; Moriggl, R; Stoiber, D; Győrffy, B; Brcic, L; László, V; Döme, B; Moldvay, J; Dezső, K [and 4 others] (2019): JAK-STAT inhibition impairs K-RAS-driven lung adenocarcinoma progression. Int J Cancer. 2019;
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Baldi, M; Hernández-Mora, G; Jimenez, C; Hutter, SE; Alfaro, A; Walzer, C (2019): Leptospira Seroprevalence Detection and Rabies Virus Absence in an Urban Raccoon ( Procyon lotor ) Population in a Highly Populated Area, Costa Rica. Vector Borne Zoonotic Dis. 2019;
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Vlachos, C; Kofler, R (2019): Optimizing the power to identify the genetic basis of complex traits with Evolve and Resequence studies. Mol Biol Evol. 2019;
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Westrick, SE; van, Kesteren, F; Palme, R; Boonstra, R; Lane, JE; Boutin, S; McAdam, AG; Dantzer, B (2019): Stress activity is not predictive of coping style in North American red squirrels. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 2019; 73: 113

Rouzeau-Szynalski, K; Stollewerk, K; Messelhäusser, U; Ehling-Schulz, M (2020): Why be serious about emetic Bacillus cereus: Cereulide production and industrial challenges. Food Microbiology 2020; 85: 103279

van Kesteren, F; Delehanty, B; Westrick, SE; Palme, R; Boonstra, R; Lane, JE; Boutin, S; McAdam, AG; Dantzer, B (2019): Experimental Increases in Glucocorticoids Alter Function of the HPA Axis in Wild Red Squirrels without Negatively Impacting Survival and Reproduction. Physiol Biochem Zool. 2019; 92(5):445-458

Liebhart, D; Hess, M (2019): Histomonosis (blackhead disease): a re-emerging disease in turkeys and chickens. Avian Pathol. 2019; 1-12
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von Hövel, FF; Leiter, I; Rumpel, R; Langenhagen, A; Wedekind, D; Häger, C; Bleich, A; Palme, R; Grothe, C (2019): FGF-2 isoforms influence the development of dopaminergic neurons in the murine substantia nigra, but not anxiety-like behavior, stress susceptibility, or locomotor behavior. Behav Brain Res. 2019; 112113
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Singer, J; Achatz-Straussberger, G; Bentley-Lukschal, A; Fazekas-Singer, J; Achatz, G; Karagiannis, SN; Jensen-Jarolim, E (2019): AllergoOncology: High innate IgE levels are decisive for the survival of cancer-bearing mice. World Allergy Organ J. 2019; 12(7):100044
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Jessberger, N; Kranzler, M; Da, Riol, C; Schwenk, V; Buchacher, T; Dietrich, R; Ehling-Schulz, M; Märtlbauer, E (2019): Assessing the toxic potential of enteropathogenic Bacillus cereus. Food Microbiology 2019; 84: 103276

Lichtmannsperger, K; Hinney, B; Joachim, A; Wittek, T (2019): Molecular characterization of Giardia intestinalis and Cryptosporidium parvum from calves with diarrhoea in Austria and evaluation of point-of-care tests. Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 2019; 66: 101333

Luckschander-Zeller, N; Hammer, SE; Ruetgen, BC; Tichy, A; Thalhammer, JG; Haas, E; Richter, B; Welle, M; Burgener, IA (2019): Clonality testing as complementary tool in the assessment of different patient groups with canine chronic enteropathy. Vet Immunol Immunopathol. 2019; 214:109893

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