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Full list of publication

Our recent publications:

  • Cibichakravarthy, B., Oses-Prieto, J.A., Ben-Yosef, M., Burlingame, A.L., Karr, T.L. and Gottlieb, Y. 2022. Comparative proteomics of Coxiella Like Endosymbionts (CLEs) in the symbiotic organs of Rhipicephalus sanguineus ticks. Microbiology Spectrum. In Press.

  • Buysse, M., Floriano, A.M., Gottlieb, Y., Nardi, T., Comandatore, F., Olivieri, E., Giannetto, A., Palomar, A.M., Makepeace, B.L., Bazzocchi, C., Cafiso, A., Sassera, D. and Duron, O. 2021. A dual endosymbiosis supports nutritional adaptation to hematophagy in the invasive tick Hyalomma marginatum. Elife, 10, p.e72747.

  • Buysse, M., Binetruy, F., Leibson, R., Gottlieb, Y. and Duron, O., 2021. Ecological contacts and host specificity promote replacement of nutritional endosymbionts in ticks. Microbial Ecology, In press.

  • Saroya, Y., Gottlieb, Y. and Klement, E., 2021. The effect of ambient temperature fluctuations on Culicoides biting midges population dynamics and activity in dairy farms: a longitudinal study. Medical and Veterinary Entomology, 35(1), pp.68-78.

  • Duron O, Gottlieb Y. Convergence of nutritional symbioses in obligate blood feeders. Trends in Parasitology. 2020 Aug 15.

  • Ben-Yosef M, Rot A, Mahagna M, Kapri E, Behar A, Gottlieb Y. Coxiella-Like Endosymbiont of Rhipicephalus sanguineus Is Required for Physiological Processes During Ontogeny. Frontiers in Microbiology. 2020 Apr 22;11:493.

  • Tirosh‐Levy S, Steinman A, Einhorn A, Apanaskevich DA, Mumcuoglu KY, Gottlieb Y. Potential tick vectors for Theileria equi in Israel. Medical and Veterinary Entomology. 2020 Feb 27

  • Tirosh-Levy S, Gottlieb Y, Mazuz ML, Savitsky I, Steinman A. Infection dynamics of Theileria equi in carrier horses is associated with management and tick exposure. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases. 2020 Nov 1;11(6):101508.

  • Tirosh-Levy S, Gottlieb Y, Fry LM, Knowles DP, Steinman A. Twenty Years of Equine Piroplasmosis Research: Global Distribution, Molecular Diagnosis, and Phylogeny. Pathogens. 2020 Nov;9(11):926.

  • Tirosh-Levy S, Steinman A, Levy H, Katz Y, Shtilman M, Gottlieb Y. Parasite load and genotype are associated with clinical outcome of piroplasm-infected equines in Israel. Parasites & vectors. 2020 Dec;13(1):1-9.

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