Simone Sommer
Simone Sommer
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The importance of immune gene variability (MHC) in evolutionary ecology and conservation
S Sommer
Frontiers in zoology 2 (1), 1-18, 2005
7362005
The biodiversity of Madagascar: one of the world's hottest hotspots on its way out
JU Ganzhorn, PP Lowry, GE Schatz, S Sommer
Oryx 35 (4), 346-348, 2001
3432001
Associations of the bovine major histocompatibility complex DRB3 (BoLA‐DRB3) alleles with occurrence of disease and milk somatic cell score in Canadian dairy cattle
S Sharif, BA Mallard, BN Wilkie, JM Sargeant, HM Scott, JCM Dekkers, ...
Animal genetics 29 (3), 185-193, 1998
2431998
MHC Class II DRB Variability and Parasite Load in the Striped Mouse (Rhabdomys pumilio) in the Southern Kalahari
G Froeschke, S Sommer
Molecular biology and evolution 22 (5), 1254-1259, 2005
1602005
MHC diversity and the association to nematode parasitism in the yellow‐necked mouse (Apodemus flavicollis)
Y MEYER‐LUCHT, S Sommer
Molecular Ecology 14 (7), 2233-2243, 2005
1582005
Compatibility counts: MHC-associated mate choice in a wild promiscuous primate
N Schwensow, M Eberle, S Sommer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1634), 555-564, 2008
1522008
PARASITE BURDEN AND CONSTITUTION OF MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX IN THE MALAGASY MOUSE LEMUR, MICROCEBUS MURINUS
J Schad, JU Ganzhorn, S Sommer
Evolution 59 (2), 439-450, 2005
1522005
Neutral versus adaptive genetic variation in parasite resistance: importance of major histocompatibility complex supertypes in a free-ranging primate
N Schwensow, J Fietz, KH Dausmann, S Sommer
Heredity 99 (3), 265-277, 2007
1482007
Lemurs of the Kirindy forest
JU Ganzhorn, PM Kappeler
Primate report 46 (1), 257-274, 1996
1201996
Association between major histocompatibility complex class II DRB alleles and parasite load in the hairy‐footed gerbil, Gerbillurus paeba, in the southern Kalahari
R Harf, S Sommer
Molecular Ecology 14 (1), 85-91, 2005
1152005
MHC variability of a small lemur in the littoral forest fragments of southeastern Madagascar
J Schad, S Sommer, JU Ganzhorn
Conservation Genetics 5 (3), 299-309, 2004
1042004
Cheetah paradigm revisited: MHC diversity in the world's largest free-ranging population
A Castro-Prieto, B Wachter, S Sommer
Molecular biology and evolution 28 (4), 1455-1468, 2011
1032011
MHC genotyping of non-model organisms using next-generation sequencing: a new methodology to deal with artefacts and allelic dropout
S Sommer, A Courtiol, CJ Mazzoni
BMC genomics 14 (1), 542, 2013
1022013
Gene duplication, allelic diversity, selection processes and adaptive value of MHC class II DRB genes of the bank vole, Clethrionomys glareolus
J Axtner, S Sommer
Immunogenetics 59 (5), 417-426, 2007
822007
MHC-associated mating strategies and the importance of overall genetic diversity in an obligate pair-living primate
N Schwensow, J Fietz, K Dausmann, S Sommer
Evolutionary Ecology 22 (5), 617-636, 2008
812008
Permanent genetic resources added to molecular ecology resources database 1 May 2009–31 July 2009
Molecular Ecology Resources Primer Development Consortium, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 9 (6), 1460-1466, 2009
802009
Responses of five small mammal species to micro-scale variations in vegetation structure in secondary Atlantic Forest remnants, Brazil
T Püttker, R Pardini, Y Meyer-Lucht, S Sommer
BMC ecology 8 (1), 9, 2008
802008
MHC diversity of endemic Malagasy rodents in relation to geographic range and social system
S Sommer, D Schwab, JU Ganzhorn
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 51 (3), 214-221, 2002
722002
Effects of habitat fragmentation and changes of dispersal behaviour after a recent population decline on the genetic variability of noncoding and coding DNA of a monogamous …
S Sommer
Molecular Ecology 12 (10), 2845-2851, 2003
662003
Effects of fragmentation on parasite burden (nematodes) of generalist and specialist small mammal species in secondary forest fragments of the coastal Atlantic Forest, Brazil
T Püttker, Y Meyer-Lucht, S Sommer
Ecological Research 23 (1), 207-215, 2008
642008
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