Julien Martinez
Julien Martinez
Center for Virus Research, University of Glasgow
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TitleCited byYear
Wolbachia variants induce differential protection to viruses in Drosophila melanogaster: a phenotypic and phylogenomic analysis
E Chrostek, MSP Marialva, SS Esteves, LA Weinert, J Martinez, ...
PLoS genetics 9 (12), e1003896, 2013
1602013
Symbionts commonly provide broad spectrum resistance to viruses in insects: a comparative analysis of Wolbachia strains
J Martinez, B Longdon, S Bauer, YS Chan, WJ Miller, K Bourtzis, ...
PLoS pathogens 10 (9), e1004369, 2014
1392014
Should symbionts be nice or selfish? Antiviral effects of Wolbachia are costly but reproductive parasitism is not
J Martinez, S Ok, S Smith, K Snoeck, JP Day, FM Jiggins
PLoS pathogens 11 (7), e1005021, 2015
432015
Wolbachia blocks viral genome replication early in infection without a transcriptional response by the endosymbiont or host small RNA pathways
SM Rainey, J Martinez, M McFarlane, P Juneja, P Sarkies, A Lulla, ...
PLoS pathogens 12 (4), e1005536, 2016
412016
Previous exposure to an RNA virus does not protect against subsequent infection in Drosophila melanogaster
B Longdon, C Cao, J Martinez, FM Jiggins
PLoS One 8 (9), e73833, 2013
342013
Wolbachia‐mediated protection against viruses in the invasive pest Drosophila suzukii
J Cattel, J Martinez, F Jiggins, L Mouton, P Gibert
Insect molecular biology 25 (5), 595-603, 2016
242016
Addicted? Reduced host resistance in populations with defensive symbionts
J Martinez, R Cogni, C Cao, S Smith, CJR Illingworth, FM Jiggins
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1833), 20160778, 2016
242016
Symbiont strain is the main determinant of variation in Wolbachia‐mediated protection against viruses across Drosophila species
J Martinez, I Tolosana, S Ok, S Smith, K Snoeck, JP Day, FM Jiggins
Molecular ecology 26 (15), 4072-4084, 2017
232017
Prevalence of a virus inducing behavioural manipulation near species range border
S Patot, J Martinez, R Allemand, S Gandon, J Varaldi, F Fleury
Molecular ecology 19 (14), 2995-3007, 2010
222010
Wolbachia in European populations of the invasive pest Drosophila suzukii: regional variation in infection frequencies
J Cattel, R Kaur, P Gibert, J Martinez, A Fraimout, F Jiggins, T Andrieux, ...
PLoS One 11 (1), e0147766, 2016
212016
Influence of the virus LbFV and of Wolbachia in a host-parasitoid interaction
J Martinez, A Duplouy, M Woolfit, F Vavre, SL O'Neill, J Varaldi
PLoS One 7 (4), e35081, 2012
202012
Additional heritable virus in the parasitic wasp Leptopilina boulardi: prevalence, transmission and phenotypic effects
J Martinez, D Lepetit, M Ravallec, F Fleury, J Varaldi
Journal of General Virology 97 (2), 523-535, 2016
112016
Heritable variation in an extended phenotype: the case of a parasitoid manipulated by a virus
J Martinez, F Fleury, J Varaldi
Journal of evolutionary biology 25 (1), 54-65, 2012
92012
An inherited virus manipulating the behavior of its parasitoid host: epidemiology and evolutionary consequences
J Varaldi, J Martinez, S Patot, D Lepetit, F Fleury, S Gandon
Parasitoid Viruses, 203-214, 2012
82012
Back and forth Wolbachia transfers reveal efficient strains to control spotted wing drosophila populations
J Cattel, K Nikolouli, T Andrieux, J Martinez, F Jiggins, S Charlat, F Vavre, ...
Journal of applied ecology 55 (5), 2408-2418, 2018
62018
Competitive outcome of multiple infections in a behavior‐manipulating virus/wasp interaction
J Martinez, F Fleury, J Varaldi
Ecology and evolution 5 (24), 5934-5945, 2015
42015
Correction: Wolbachia in European Populations of the Invasive Pest Drosophila suzukii: Regional Variation in Infection Frequencies
J Cattel, R Kaur, P Gibert, J Martinez, A Fraimout, F Jiggins, T Andrieux, ...
PloS one 11 (2), e0150050, 2016
32016
Wolbachia: une nouvelle arme dans la lutte contre le virus de la dengue
J MARTINEZ
MS. Médecine sciences 27 (11), 2011
12011
Virus evolution in Wolbachia-infected Drosophila
J Martinez, G Bruner-Montero, R Arunkumar, SCL Smith, JP Day, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1914), 20192117, 2019
2019
The phage gene wmk is a candidate for male killing by a bacterial endosymbiont
JI Perlmutter, SR Bordenstein, RL Unckless, DP LePage, JA Metcalf, T Hill, ...
PLoS pathogens 15 (9), 2019
2019
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