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Marconi, MA (2019): Courtship ultrasonic vocalizations contain individual signatures in male house mice. 13--Graduate Meeting Animal Behaviour 2019; Oct 23-25, 2019; Plön, Germany.

Nicolakis, D (2019): Ultrasonic vocalizations during courtship interactions in wild-derived house mice. 16--Graduate Meeting: Animal Behaviour 2019; Oct 23-25, 2019; Plön, Germany.

Nicolakis, D; Marconi, MA; Zala, SM; Penn, DJ (2019): Dynamic changes in ultrasonic vocalisations during the early phase of courtship in wild-derived house mice. 167--XXVII International Bioacoustics Congress; AUG 31- SEP 5, 2019; Brighton, United Kingdom.

Penn, D (2019): Diversity of Major Urinary Proteins (MUPs) in mice. 5th International Mouse Meeting; JUN 23-25, 2019; Brno, Czech Republic. 2019.

Penn, DJ (2019): Chemical signals and sexual selection. Micobion Workshop, BIOCEV group, Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science; JUNE 3, 2019; Prague, Czech Republic. 2019.

Penn, DJ (2018): Social Olfactory Communication Workshop; OCT 08-09, 2018; Bielefeld, Germany. 2018.

Penn, DJ; Számado, S (2018): The trade-offs of honest signals. 53-53.-European Conference on Behavioural Biology; AUG 9-12, 2018; Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Thonhauser, KE; Tscheppe, G; Gantenbein, F; Rülicke, T; Penn, DJ (2018): Does strategic sperm production depend upon male quality? 69-69.-European Conference on Behavioural Biology (ECBB) 2018; AUG 9-12, 2018; Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Penn, D; Luzynski, KC; Thoss, M; Enk, VM; Razzazi-Fazeli, E; Kwak, J; Hoffmann, I (2017): Male house mice regulate pheromone production depending upon social status in seminatural conditions. -Behaviour 2017; JUL 30 - AUG 04, 2017; Estoril, Portugal.

Penn, DJ (2017): Do males honestly regulate chemosensory signals depending upon their social status? evoLunch, IST-AUSTRIA; JUL 05, 2017; Klosterneuburg. 2017.

Számadó, S; Penn, D (2017): The ‘Trade-Off Principle’ as an alternative to the ‘Handicap Principle’. -Behaviour 2017; JUL 30 - AUG 04, 2017; Estoril, Portugal.

Thonhauser, KE; Luzynski, KC; Reitschmidt, D; Marconi, MA; Zala, SM; Penn, DJ (2017): Strategic sperm regulation: It isn’t quantity, but quality that matters. -Behaviour 2017; JUL 30 - AUG 04, 2017; Estoril, Portugal.

Penn, D (2016): Chemical Signals and Sexual Selection in House Mice. Workshop Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology: Olfaction: sampling methods, GC-MS profiling and statistical analyses; APR 5-6, 02016; Leipzig, GERMANY. 2016.

Penn, DJ; Thoß, M; Enk, V; Yu, H; Miller, I; Luzynski, KC; Balint, B; Smith, S; Razzazi-Fazeli, E (2016): Diversity of major urinary proteins in populations of wild house mice. 19-19.-8th European Conference on Behavioural Biology (ECBB); JUL 12-15, 2016; Vienna, AUSTRIA. Book of Abstracts;

Thonhauser, K; Penn, DJ (2016): Do males strategically regulate sperm? Research Day; APR 15, 2016; Vienna, AUSTRIA. 2016.

Thonhauser, K; Raffetzeder, A; Penn, DJ (2016): Sexual experience does not improve male reproductive success. 115-115.-8th European Conference on Behavioural Biology (ECBB); JUL 12-15, 2016; Vienna, AUSTRIA. Book of Abstracts;

Thonhauser, KE; Raffetzeder, A; Penn, DJ (2016): Sexual experience does not improve male reproductive succes. 115-115.-8th European Conference of Behavioural Biology; 12.-15.Juli 2016; Wien, Austria.

Thoss, M; Luzynski, K; Penn, DJ (2016): Re-examining the functions of major urinary proteins (MUPs). Research Day; APR 15, 2016; Vienna, AUSTRIA. 2016.

Zala, S; Reitschmidt, D; Marconi, MA; Penn, DJ (2016): Why do mice sing? Functions of ultrasonic vocalizations. Research Day; APR 15, 2016; Vienna, AUSTRIA. 2016.

Hettyey, A; Thonhauser, KE; Penn, DJ; Hoi, H; Bókony, V; Griggio, M (2015): Recognition Of Invasive Alien Predators By Tadpoles Of The Agile Frog (Rana Dalmatina). 299-299.-27th International Congress for Conservation Biology & 4th European Congress for Conservation Biology ; AUG 2-6, 2015; Montpellier, FRANCE.

Luzynski, K; Thoß, M; Penn, DJ (2015): Production of Major Urinary Proteins (MUP) in male mice depends on social conditions and social status. Research Day; APR 21, 2015; Vienna, AUSTRIA. 2015.

Penn, DJ; Thoß, M; Miller, I; Luzynski, K (2015): MUP profiles show dynamic changes rather than individual barcodes. -Behaviour 2015; AUG 9-15, 2015; Cairns, AUSTRALIA.

Schüssele, C; Thoß, M; Luzynski, KC; Penn, DJ (2015): Do major urinary proteins (MUPs) function as a sexual attractant in the wild house mouse (Mus musculus musculus)? 154--108th Annual meeting of the German Zoological Society; SEP 09-13, 2015; Graz, AUSTRIA.

Thonhauser, KE; Raveh, S; Thoß, M; Penn, DJ (2015): Does increasing offspring genetic diversity influence their resistance to infection? 48--108th Annual meeting of the German Zoological Society; SEP 09-13, 2015; Graz, AUSTRIA.

Thoß, M; Luzynski, K; Penn, DJ (2015): Major urinary protein (MUP) profiles show dynamic changes rather than individual 'barcode' signatures. Research Day; APR 21, 2015; Vienna, AUSTRIA. 2015.

Thoß, M; Luzynski, KC; Ante, M; Miller, I; Penn, DJ (2015): MUP profiles show dynamic changes rather than individual 'barcode' signatures. International Society of Chemical Ecology; June 29-July 3, 2015; Stockholm, SWEDEN. 2015.

Thoß, M; Luzynski, KC; Ante, M; Miller, I; Penn, DJ (2015): Major urinary protein (MUP) profiles show dynamic changes rather than individual ‘barcode’ signatures. 53--108th Annual meeting of the German Zoological Society; SEP 09-13, 2015; Graz, AUSTRIA.

Zala, SM; Reitschmidt, D; Penn, DJ (2015): Why do male mice sing? Research Day; APR 21, 2015; Vienna, AUSTRIA. 2015.

Luzynski, K; Thoß, M; Penn, D (2014): Relationships between Major Urinary Protein production and social status in male mice. 20th Meeting of European PhD Students in Evolutionary Biology (EMPSEB20); SEP 1-6, 2014; La Roche en Ardenne, Belgium. 2014.

Luzynski, K; Thoß, M; Penn, D (2014): Production of Major Urinary Proteins in male mice depends on social conditions and social status. Joint Meeting of the International society for chemical ecology and Chemical signals in vertebrates; Jul 8-12, 2014; Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA. 2014.

Luzynski, K; Thoss, M; Penn, D (2014): The Unbearable Lightness of Peeing: MUP production in seminatural populations of mice (Mus musculus musculus). 6th, The Central European Meeting on Genes, Gene Expression and Behaviour; OCT 30-NOV 1, 2014; Nové Hrady, Czech Republic . 2014.

Penn, DJ (2014): Sexual selection and signaling disease resistance. Seminar Series; MAR 27, 2914; Centre for Ecology and Conservation, University of Exeter, Cornwall. 2014.

Penn, DJ; Zala, S (2014): Sexual selection in house mice. 6th The Central European Meeting on Genes, Gene Expression and Behaviour; OCT 30-NOV 1, 2014; Nové Hrady, Czech Republic. 2014.

Thoß, M; Luzynski, K; Penn, D (2014): Variability of major urinary proteins in wild male house mice. International society for chemical ecology and Chemical signals in vertebrates; Jul 8-12, 2014; Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA. 2014.

Thoss, M; Luzynski, K; Penn, D (2014): Variation in Major Urinary Proteins of wild house mice (Mus musculus musculus). 6th, The Central European Meeting on Genes, Gene Expression and Behaviour; OCT 30-NOV 1, 2014; Nové Hrady, Czech Republic. 2014.

Hettyey, A; Tóth, Z; Thonhauser, K.E.; Frommen, JG; Penn, DJ; Van Buskirk, J (2013): A közvetlen kémiai jelzések szerepe ebihalak ragadozó-felismerésében. 17--15th Congress of the Hungarian Ethological Society; NOV 29-DEZ 1, 2013; Budapest, Hungary.

Hettyey, A; Tóth, Z;Thonhauser, KE; Penn, DJ; Van Buskirk, J (2013): The importance of direct chemical cues for predator detection in tadpoles. 237--17th European Congress of Herpetology; AUG 22-27, 2013; Veszprém, Hungary. Programme & Abstracts;

Penn, D (2013): Sexual selection, chemical signals and infectious diseases. Department of Evolution, Ecology and Systematics; Ludwig Maximilian University; JAN 16, 2013; Munich, GERMANY. 2013.

Penn, DJ (2013): Ultrasonic vocalizations of male house mice. Acoustic Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Seminar; APR 12, 2013; Vienna, AUSTRIA. 2013.

Penn, DJ (2013): Sexual selection in house mice. Seminar Series at the Zoological Institute, University of Basel; SEP 23, 2013; Basel, SWITZERLAND. 2013.

Penn, DJ (2013): Sexual selection and chemical signals of health and disease. Seminar am Wilheminenberg; NOV 13, 2013; Vienna. 2013.

Penn, DJ; Thoß, M (2013): Chemical signals in mice. Jour fixe; NOV 26, 2013; Vienna. 2013.

Thonhauser, KE; Raveh, S; Hettyey, A; Beissmann, H; Penn, DJ (2013): Scent marking enhances male reproductive success. -Behaviour 2013 (a joint meeting of the International Ethological Conference & the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour); AUG 4-8, 2013; Newcastle, UK.

Thoß, M (2013): Multiple paternity in wild house mice. 11th International Mammological Congress; Aug 11-16, 2013; Belfast, UK. 2013.

Penn, DJ (2012): The functions of courtship ultra-sonic vocalizations in wild house mice. International Workshop on Mouse Ultrasonic Communication, Department of Neurosciences, Pasteur Institute; APR 16-17, 2012; Paris, FRANCE. 2012.

Penn, DJ (2012): MHC-dependent mating preferences. Behaviour and Evolution Seminar Series; OCT 11, 2012; Lehrstuhl für Verhaltensforschung, Department of Animal Behaviour, University of Bielefeld, GERMANY. 2012.

Penn, DJ (2012): Evolution of MHC Polymorphisms. Munich Graduate Program for Evolution, Ecology and Systematics; Ludwig Maximillians University,; OCT 4-5, 2012; München, GERMANY. 2012.

Penn, DJ (2012): How does selection maintain MHC diversity?. Department of Ecology and Evolution, University of Lausanne; FEB 1, 2012; Lausanne, Switzerland. 2012.

Penn, DJ; Zala, SM (2012): Sexual selection and resistance to Salmonella infection in house mice. Parasitologische Fachgespräche 2012: "Veränderungen durch Parasiten / Parasite induced changes: from the host to the ecosystem", Department of Integrative Biology and Evolution ; AUG 24, 2012; Vienna, AUSTRIA. 2012.

Raveh, S; Sutalo, S; Thonhauser, KE; Thoß, M; Hettyey, A; Penn, DJ (2012): Female preferences enhance offspring disease resistance. International Society for Behavioral Ecology (ISBE) Conference; AUG 13-17, 2012; Lund, SWEDEN. 2012.

Thoß M, Penn D (2012): Sexual signaling in house mice: Testing the barcode hypothesis. The Central European Meeting on Genes, Gene expression and Behaviour; OKT 30-NOV 2 2012; Nové Hrady, Tschechische Republik. 2012.

Penn, DJ (2011): How does natural selection maintain MHC polymorphisms?. evolVienna Autumn Symposium ; NOV 15, 2011; Klosterneuburg, IST Austria, AUSTRIA. 2011.

Penn, DJ (2011): Introduction to KLIVV and Research Highlights. KLIVV-Symposium; MAR 31, 2011; Vienna, Austria. 2011.

Penn, DJ (2011): Mate choice and genetic benefits: putting the pieces together. Institute of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies; APR 7, 2011; Zürich, University of Zurich, CH. 2011.

Thoß, M; Ilmonen, P; Musolf, K; Penn, DJ (2011): MHC heterozygosity enhances reproductive success. 16th Graduate Meeting of Evolutionary Biology of the DZG; Mar 4-6, 2011; Bielefeld, GERMANY. 2011.

Penn, DJ (2010): Darwinian Medicine. Workshop on Evolution; MAY 22, 2010; Vienna, AUSTRIA. 2010.

Penn, DJ (2010): Mate choice and genetic benefits: putting the pieces together. CEFE-CNRS; MAR 16, 2010; Montpellier, FRANCE. 2010.

Penn, DJ (2009): Fitness and genetic consequences of reproduction. Workshop: Oxford - Vienna Human Reproduction Project.; MAR 26, 2009; Vienna. 2009.

Penn, DJ (2009): Individual fingerprints in axillary volatiles and microbiota. Microbiota: The Human Microbiome Event; DEC 15-16, 2009; Paris, FRANCE. 2009.

Penn, DJ (2009): Individual odor signatures: do MHC genes play a role?. 25th Annual meeting of the International Society of Chemical Ecology; AUG 23-28, 2009; Neuchatel, SWITZERLAND. 2009.

Penn, DJ (2009): MHC-Dependent Odor and Mating Preferences. 2nd Central European Meeting on mouse epigenetics (organized by the Dep. of Zoology, Faculty of Science, Charles University); NOV 5-7, 2009; Prague, Nové Hrady, Czech Republic. 2009.

Penn, DJ (2009): Mate choice and genetic benefits. Laboratoire d'Ethologie Expérimentale 
et Comparée - LEEC, Université Paris XIII ; DEC 16, 2009; Paris, FRANCE. 2009.

Thoß, M (2009): Heterozygosity and sexual selection in wild house mice. Central European Meeting on Mouse Epigenetics; Nov, 5-7, 2009; Nové Hrady, Czech Republic. 2009.

Thoß, M; Ilmonen, P; Musolf, K; Penn, D (2009): ’Good genes as heterozygosity’: Does male heterozygosity predict mating success?. European Meeting of PhD students in Evolutionary Biology; Aug, 14-19, 2009; Schoorl, The Netherlands. 2009.

Thoß, M; Stundner, G; Ilmonen, P; Penn, D (2008): Role of inbreeding and infection in mate choice of wild female mice. European Meeting of PhD students in Evolutionary Biology; Sept 8-13, 2008; Einsiedeln, Switzerland. 2008.

Thoß, M; Stundner, G; Ilmonen, P; Penn, D (2008): Role of inbreeding and infection in mate choice of wild female mice. Central European Meeting on Mouse Epigenetics; Nov, 4-5, 2008; Nové Hrady, Czech Republic. 2008.

Oberzaucher, E; Grammer, K; Zimmer, K; Fischer, G; Soini, HA; Novotny, MV; Dixon, SJ; Xu, Y; Zomer, S; Brereton, RG; Penn, DJ (2007): The Identification Of Compounds In Human Sweat: Signals Of Individuality, Gender And Genes. 29th Annual Meeting: Association for Chemoreception Sciences; APR 25-29, 2007; Sarasota, FL, USA . 2007.

Penn, DJ (2007): MHC Genes and Individual Odor. ESEB 2007; AUG 20-25, 2007; Uppsala, SWEDEN. 2007.

Penn, DJ (2007): MHC diversity: host resistance and pathogen evolution. J Monod Conference (CRNS): Evolutionary Genetics of Host-Parasite Relationships; SEP 22-26, 2007; Roscoff (Brittany), FRANCE. 2007.

Penn, DJ (2007): MHC Genes: mating, microbes, and chemical signals. Seminar, Institute for Genetics, Uni Cologne; MAR 02, 2007; Cologne, Germany. 2007.

Penn, DJ (2006): Smelling Who Fits: The Role of Olfaction for Mate Choice in Mice and Men. 9th Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz; MAR 05, 2006; Tübingen, Germany. 2006.

Penn, DJ (2005): Evolution of MHC polymorphisms: pathogens and sexual selection. Institute for Biomedical Aging Research; FEB 8, 2005; Innsbruck, AUSTRIA. 2005.

Penn, DJ (2005): Evolution of MHC diversity: mate choice and pathogen resistance. Department of Evolutionary Biology, University of Basel; 2005; Basel, Switzerland. 2005.

Penn, DJ (2005): MHC Genes, mating preferences and chemosensory mechanisms. PhD Workshop University of Wageningen: Chemical Communication: from Gene to Ecosystem; MAR 19-23, 2005; Wageningen, Netherlands. 2005.

Penn, DJ (2004): MHC Genes and Mate Choice: Chemosensory Mechnisms and Disease Resistance. pHd Workshop in Evolutionary Ecology, University of Kiel and MPI of Evolution; 2004; Westerhever, GERMANY. 2004.

Penn, DJ (2004): What, if anything, are the benefits of producing MHC.heterozygous offspring?. -ISBE; 2004; Finland.

Penn, DJ (2004): MHC Genes and Mating Preferences: An Integrative Overview. 5th Symposium on Physiology, Behaviour, and Conservation of Wildlife; 2004; Berlin, GERMANY. 2004.

Penn, DJ; Zala, SM (2003): Pathological alterations in behavior due to industrial pollution: Another aspect of global change. -ASAB Summer-Meeting; 2003; Grünau, Austria.

Penn, D; Zala, S; Potts, WK (1999): Chemical signals and sexual selection: Do odor cues honestly signal health and disease?. -The Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society; 1999; Salt Lake City, USA.

Poster

Abbasi, R; Balazs, P; Noll, A; Nicolakis, D; Marconi, MA; Zala, SM; Penn, DJ (2019): Applying convolutional neural networks to the analysis of mouse ultrasonic vocalizations. 2925-2931.-23rd International Congress on Acoustics; SEP 9-13, 2019; Aachen, Germany.

Marconi, MA; Nicolakis, D; Abbasi, R; Penn, DJ; Zala, SM (2019): Vocal personality as signature of individual variation and consistency in wild-derived male house mice. 162--XXVII International Bioacoustics Congress; AUG 31- SEP 5, 2019; Brighton, United Kingdom.

Marconi, MA; Reitschmidt, D; Abbasi, R; Penn, DJ; Zala, SM (2019): Do ultrasonic vocalizations of wild house mice contain individual signatures? 5th International Mouse Meeting; JUNE 24, 2019; Brno, Czech Republic. 2019.

Penn, DJ; Számadó, S (2019): The History of the Handicap Principle. -ASAB Summer 2019; AUG 26-28, 2019; Konstanz, Germany.

Penn, DJ; Számadó, S (2019): The Handicap Principle: How an erroneous idea became a scientific principle. 95--ASAB Konstanz Summer Conference; AUG 26-28, 2019; Konstanz, Germany.

Reitschmidt, D; Marconi, MA; Zala, SM; Penn, DJ (2019): Do ultrasonic vocalizations during courtship predict reproductive success in house mice? 5th International Mouse Meeting; JUNE 23-25, 2019; Brno, Czech Republic. 2019.

Marconi, MA; Reitschmidt, D; Abbasi, R; Penn, DJ; Zala, SM (2018): Do ultrasonic vocalizations of wild house mice contain individual signatures? 102-102.-European Conference on Behavioural Biology (ECBB) 2018; AUG 9-12, 2018; Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Reitschmidt, D; Marconi, MA; Zala, SM; Penn, DJ (2018): Do ultrasonic vocalizations during courtship predict reproductive success in house mice? 117-117.-European Conference on Behavioural Biology (ECBB) 2018; AUG 9-12, 2018; Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Zala, SM; Reitschmidt, D; Marconi, MA; Penn, DJ (2018): Sexual priming enhances emission of ultrasonic vocalizations of male mice. 128-128.-European Conference on Behavioural Biology (ECBB) 2018; AUG 9-12, 2018; Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Zala, SM; Reitschmidt, D; Penn, DJ (2017): Do male ultrasonic vocalizations signal sexual motivation? -Behaviour 2017; JUL 30 - AUG 04, 2017; Estoril, Portugal.

Marconi, MA; Reitschmidt, D, Penn, DJ; Zala, SM (2016): Ultrasonic vocalizations of house mice in semi-natural conditions. 300-300.-8th European Conference on Behavioural Biology (ECBB); JUL 12-15, 2016; Vienna, AUSTRIA. Book of Abstracts;

Penn, DJ; Thoß, M; Luzynski, K; Kwak, J; Razzazi-Fazeli, E (2016): Male house mice regulate pheromone production according to social status. 59-60.-16th congress of the International Society for Behavioral Ecology (ISBE); JUL 28 - AUG 3, 2016; Exeter, UK. Proceedings;

Reitschmidt, D; Noll, A; Balazs, P; Penn, DJ; Zala, SM (2016): Ultrasonic vocalizations of mice enhanced by sexual experience – the first implementation of the new Automatic Mouse USV Detector (A-MUD). 231-231.-8th European Conference on Behavioural Biology, Vienna, Austria; JUL 12-15, 2016; Vienna, Austria. Book of Abstracts;

Zala, SM; Reitschmidt, D; Penn, DJ (2016): Sex-dependent modulation of ultrasonic vocalizations in house mice. 86-87.-16th Congress of the International Society for Behavioral Ecology; JUL 28 - AUG 03, 2016; Exeter, UK. ISBE Poster Abstract Book;

Zala, SM; Reitschmidt, D; Penn, DJ (2016): Who calls for whom? Ultrasonic vocalizations of mice depend upon the sex of the sender and Receiver. 343-343.-8th European Conference on Behavioural Biology (ECBB); JUL 12-15, 2016; Vienna, AUSTRIA. Book of Abstracts;

Zala, SM; Bilak, A; Perkins, M; Potts, WK; Penn, DJ (2015): Female house mice recognize infected males, but do not avoid mating with them. -Behaviour 2015; AUG 9-15, 2015; Cairns, AUSTRALIA.

Musolf, K; Meindl, S; Larsen, A; Kalcounis-Rueppell, M; Penn, DJ (2014): Female preferences for species-specific male ultrasonic vocalizations. -International Symposium for Behavioral Ecology; JUL 31-AUG 05, 2014; New York City (Hunter College, the City University of New York (CUNY), USA.

Aydinonat, D; Penn, DJ; Moodley, Y; Hoelzl, F; Schwarzenberger, F (2013): Social Deprivation Associated With Reduced Telomere Length In African Grey Parrots (Psittacus Erithacus Erithacus). -International Conference on Diseases of Zoo and Wild Animals 2013; MAY 8-11, 2013; Vienna, AUSTRIA.

Raveh, S; Sutalo, S; Thonhauser, KE; Thoß, M; Hettyey, A; Penn, DJ (2013): Experimental Mating Preferences Enhance Offspring Disease Resistance. -International Conference on Diseases of Zoo and Wild Animals 2013; MAY 8-11, 2013; Vienna, AUSTRIA.

Raveh, S; Sutalo, S; Thonhauser, KE; Thoß, M; Hettyey, A; Penn; DJ (2013): Experimental mating preferences enhance offspring disease resistance. -Behaviour 2013 (a joint meeting of the International Ethological Conference & the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour); AUG 4-8, 2013; Newcastle, UK.

Zala, SM; Määttänen,I; Penn, DJ (2013): Wild and domesticated zebrafish, Danio rerio, use different social learning strategies. -Behaviour 2013 (a joint meeting of the 33rd International Ethological Conference & the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour); AUG 4-8, 2013; Newcastle, UK.

Thonhauser, KE; Raveh, S; Hettyey, A; Penn, DJ (2012): Why do female mice mate with multiple mates?. International Society for Behavioral Ecology (ISBE) Conference; AUG 13-17, 2012; Lund, SWEDEN. 2012.

Thoß, M; Ilmonen, P; Musolf, K; Penn, D (2010): MHC heterozygosity enhances reproductive success. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft (DZG e.V.); Sept 17-21, 2010; Hamburg, Germany. 2010.

Penn, DJ (2009): Sexual selection and heterozygosity in wild house mice (Mus musculus musculus). ESEB 2009; AUG 24-29, 2009; Turin, ITALY. 2009.

Thoß, M; Stundner, G; Ilmonen, P (2008): Role of inbreeding and infectious diseases in mate choice of wild female mice. Ethologische Gesellschaft, Regensburg Meeting; Feb, 20-22, 2008; Regensburg, Germany. 2008.

Zala, SM, Penn, DJ (2007): Young male mice exposed to female odor grow faster, but at what cost?. XI Congress, European Society for Evolutionary Biology; 2007; Uppsala, Sweden . 2007.

Penn, DJ (2006): Do MHC genes influence odor?. ARO workshop, “Trace Gas Detection by Artificial, Biological and Computational Olfaction”, Monell Chemical Senses Center; MAR 29-31, 2006; Philadelphia, PA, USA. 2006.

Novotny, MV; Soini, HA; Koyama, S; Bruce, KE; Penn, DJ (2005): Chemical identification of volatile odors influenced by MHC genes. IEC; 2005; Budapest, HUNGARY. 2005.

Zala, S; Potts, W; Penn, D (2000): Odor and scent marking are a strategic handicap in Mus musculus domesticus. -8th International Behavioral Ecology Congress; 2000; Zürich, Switzerland.

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