Simon Tragust
Simon Tragust
University of Halle (MLU)
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Social transfer of pathogenic fungus promotes active immunisation in ant colonies
M Konrad, ML Vyleta, FJ Theis, M Stock, S Tragust, M Klatt, V Drescher, ...
PLoS Biology 10 (4), e1001300, 2012
Ants disinfect fungus-exposed brood by oral uptake and spread of their poison
S Tragust, B Mitteregger, V Barone, M Konrad, LV Ugelvig, S Cremer
Current Biology 23 (1), 76-82, 2013
Unifying external and internal immune defences
O Otti, S Tragust, H Feldhaar
Trends in ecology & evolution 29 (11), 625-634, 2014
Destructive disinfection of infected brood prevents systemic disease spread in ant colonies
CD Pull, LV Ugelvig, F Wiesenhofer, AV Grasse, STT Schmitt, MJF Brown, ...
eLIFE 7, e32073, 2018
Anti-pathogen protection versus survival costs mediated by an ectosymbiont in an ant host
M Konrad, AV Grasse, S Tragust, S Cremer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1799), 20141976, 2015
Prebiotic effects of partially hydrolyzed guar gum on the composition and function of the human microbiota—Results from the PAGODA Trial
SJ Reider, S Moosmang, J Tragust, L Trgovec-Greif, S Tragust, L Perschy, ...
Nutrients 12 (5), 1257, 2020
Pupal cocoons affect sanitary brood care and limit fungal infections in ant colonies
S Tragust, LV Ugelvig, M Chapuisat, J Heinze, S Cremer
BMC evolutionary biology 13, 1-10, 2013
The gut microbiota can provide viral tolerance in the honey bee
C Dosch, A Manigk, T Streicher, A Tehel, RJ Paxton, S Tragust
Microorganisms 9 (4), 871, 2021
Histopathology of Laboulbeniales (Ascomycota: Laboulbeniales): ectoparasitic fungi on ants (hymenoptera: Formicidae)
S Tragust, A Tartally, X Espadaler, J Billen
Myrmecological News 23, 81-89, 2016
Experimental infection of bumblebees with honeybee-associated viruses: no direct fitness costs but potential future threats to novel wild bee hosts
A Tehel, T Streicher, S Tragust, RJ Paxton
Royal Society Open Science 7 (7), 200480, 2020
External immune defence in ant societies (Hymenoptera: Formicidae): the role of antimicrobial venom and metapleural gland secretion
S Tragust
Myrmecological News 23, 119-128, 2016
Formicine ants swallow their highly acidic poison for gut microbial selection and control
S Tragust, C Herrmann, J Hfner, R Braasch, C Tilgen, M Hoock, ...
eLife 9, e60287, 2020
Laboulbenia formicarum (Ascomycota, Laboulbeniales), an exotic parasitic fungus, on an exotic ant in France
X Espadaler, C Lebas, J Wagenknecht, S Tragust
Vie et Milieu - Life and Environment 61 (1), 41-44, 2011
Rapid increase of the parasitic fungus Laboulbenia formicarum in supercolonies of the invasive garden ant Lasius neglectus
S Tragust, H Feldhaar, X Espadaler, JS Pedersen
Biological Invasions 17, 2795-2801, 2015
Experimental cross species transmission of a major viral pathogen in bees is predominantly from honeybees to bumblebees
A Tehel, T Streicher, S Tragust, RJ Paxton
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1969), 20212255, 2022
Microbial community composition of nest-carton and adjoining soil of the ant Lasius fuliginosus and the role of host secretions in structuring microbial communities
P Brinker, A Weig, G Rambold, H Feldhaar, S Tragust
Fungal Ecology 38, 44-53, 2019
Venom as a Component of External Immune Defense in Hymenoptera
D Baracchi, S Tragust
Evolution of venomous animals and their toxins, 17, 2017
High temperature and temperature variation undermine future disease susceptibility in a population of the invasive garden ant Lasius neglectus
T Pamminger, T Steier, S Tragust
The Science of Nature 103, 1-4, 2016
Do microsporidia function as “biological weapon” for Harmonia axyridis under natural conditions?
T Gegner, O Otti, S Tragust, H Feldhaar
Insect science 22 (3), 353-359, 2015
Balancing life history investment decisions in founding ant queens
S Tragust, P Brinker, N Rossel, O Otti
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8, 76, 2020
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