Items where Author is "Appelgren, Anaïs"

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Journal article

Strong evidence for the presence of the tick Hyalomma marginatum Koch, 1844 in southern continental France. Vial Laurence, Stachurski Frédéric, Leblond Agnès, Huber Karine, Vourc'h Gwenaël, René-Martellet Magalie, Desjardins Isabelle, Balança Gilles, Grosbois Vladimir, Pradier Sophie, Gely Marie, Appelgren Anaïs, Estrada-Pena Agustin. 2016. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases, 7 (6) : pp. 1162-1167.

The recent evolution of a maternally-inherited endosymbiont of ticks led to the emergence of the Q fever pathogen, Coxiella burnetii. Duron Olivier, Noel Valérie, McCoy Karen D., Bonazzi Matteo, Sidi-Boumedine Karim, Morel Olivier, Vavre Fabrice, Zenner Lionel, Jourdain Elsa, Durand Patrick, Arnathau Céline, Renaud François, Trape Jean-François, Biguezoton Abel S., Cremaschi Julie, Dietrich Muriel, Leger Elsa, Appelgren Anaïs, Dupraz Marlène, Gómez-Díaz Elena, Diatta Georges, Dayo Guiguigbaza Kossigan, Adakal Hassane, Zoungrana Adrien, Vial Laurence, Chevillon Christine. 2015. PLoS Pathogens, 11 (5):e1004892, 23 p.

Paper with proceedings

Update in the geographical distribution of the invasive tick Hyalomma marginatum in South of France: first attempts to identify factors favoring its establishment. Vial Laurence, Appelgren Anaïs, Huber Karine, Calloix Clément, Andary C., Grosbois Vladimir, Lancelot Renaud, Stachurski Frédéric. 2018. In : 21st E-SOVE (European Society for Vector Ecology) Meeting Abstract Book. Arthropod Vector Science for the benefit of society: Educate, Empathize, Engage. ESOVE. Palermo : ESOVE, Résumé, p. 99. E-SOVE (European Society for Vector Ecology) Meeting. 21, Palermo, Italie, 22 October 2018/26 October 2018.

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