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2023
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Developing science outreach events based on stakeholders’ objectives and expectations – A case study of a lecture day for schools

Claussen C, Enzingmüller C, Kremer K, Schulenburg H, Parchmann I (2023) Developing science outreach events based on stakeholders’ objectives and expectations – A case study of a lecture day for schools. Sciendo 6:49–66. doi: 10.23770/ristal-2023-3

2023
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A mitochondrial sirtuin shapes the intestinal microbiota by controlling lysozyme expression

Knop M, Treitz C, Bettendorf S, Bossen J, von Frieling J, Doms S, Bruchhaus I, Kuehnlein RP, Baines JF, Tholey A, Roeder T (2023) A mitochondrial sirtuin shapes the intestinal microbiota by controlling lysozyme expression. bioRxiv, doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.06.02.543385

2023
B2

Four novel Caudoviricetes bacteriophages isolated from Baltic Sea water infect colonizers of Aurelia aurita

Stante M, Weiland-Bräuer N, Repnik U, Werner A, Bramkamp M, Chibani CM, Schmitz RA (2023) Four novel Caudoviricetes bacteriophages isolated from Baltic Sea water infect colonizers of Aurelia aurita. Viruses. 2023; 15(7):1525. doi: 10.3390/v1507152
2023
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Comparative genomics of novel Bacteroides acidifaciens isolates reveals candidates for adaptation to host subspecies in house mice

Hanna Fokt, Shauni Doms, Malte C. Rühlemann, Maxime Godfroid, Ruth A. Schmitz, Britt M. Hermes, John F. Baines (2023) Comparative genomics of novel Bacteroides acidifaciens isolates reveals candidates for adaptation to host subspecies in house mice BioRxiv

 

2023
B4

Phylogenomic Testing of Root Hypotheses

Fernando D. K. Tria, Giddy Landan, Devani Romero Picazo, Tal Dagan (2023) Phylogenomic Testing of Root Hypotheses
2023

One Health Assessment of an Urban Temporary Settlement Reveals Gut Microbiome Serving as Antimicrobial Resistance Gene Reservoir

Rajindra Napit, Anupama Gurung, Ajit Poudel, Prajwol Manadhar, Ashok B. Chaudhary, Ajay Narayan Sharma, Samita Raut, Saman Man Pradhan, Jyotsna Joshi, Mathilde Poyet, Mathieu Groussin, Rajesh M. Rajbhandari, Dibesh B. Karmacharya (2023) One Health Assessment of an Urban Temporary Settlement Reveals Gut Microbiome Serving as Antimicrobial Resistance Gene Reservoir
2023

Temporal dynamics of gut microbiomes in non-industrialized urban Amazonia

Ana Paula Schaan, Amanda Vidal, An-Ni Zhang, Mathilde Poyet, Eric J Alm, Mathieu Groussin, Ândrea Ribeiro-dos-Santos. (2023) Temporal dynamics of gut microbiomes in non-industrialized urban Amazonia
2023

Evidence for existence of an apoptosis-inducing BH3-only protein, sayonara, in Drosophila

Yuko Ikegawa, Christophe Combet, Mathieu Groussin, Vincent Navratil, Sabrina Safar-Remali, Takuya Shiota, Abdel Aouacheria, Sa Kan Yoo (2023) Evidence for existence of an apoptosis-inducing BH3-only protein, sayonara, in Drosophila. The EMBO Journal (2023) 42: e110454 https://doi.org/10.15252/embj.2021110454

2023
PR.2

Two-Eyed Seeing and Scientific Holism in a New Science|Environment|Health Pedagogy

Zeyer A, Álvaro N, Claussen C, Enzingmüller C, Gavidia V,  Malmberg C, Mayoral O, Parchmann I, Urbas A, Kremer K, Two-Eyed Seeing and Scientific Holism in a New Science|Environment|Health Pedagogy. EdArXiv 2022. Link

 

2023
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Wie arbeitet Wissenschaft heute? Vernetzte Zugänge für Universität und Schule forschungsbasiert „hoch drei“ entwickeln, der mathematische und naturwissenschaftliche Unterricht

Parchmann I, Bosch T, Claussen C, Duscher T, Enzingmüller C, Knüver J, Schulenburg H. Wie arbeitet Wissenschaft heute? Vernetzte Zugänge für Universität und Schule forschungsbasiert „hoch drei“ entwickeln, der mathematische und naturwissenschaftliche Unterricht (MNU), Paper accepted.

2023
C2

Hemocytes and fat body cells, the only professional immune cell types in Drosophila, show strikingly different responses to systemic infections.

 Vaibhvi V, Kuenzel S, Roeder T (2022) Hemocytes and fat body cells, the only professional immune cell types in Drosophila, show strikingly different responses to systemic infections. Frontiers Immunology 13, 1040510, doi: 10.3389/fimmu.2022.1040510.

 

2023
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Recurrent phases of strict protein limitation inhibit tumor growth and restore lifespan in a Drosophila intestinal cancer model.

Pfefferkorn RM, Mortzfeld BM, Fink C, von Frieling JBossen J, Esser D, Kaleta CRosenstiel P, Heine H, Roeder T (2023) Recurrent phases of strict protein limitation inhibit tumor growth and restore lifespan in a Drosophila intestinal cancer model. Aging&Disease in press.

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