Ewa Chrostek
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
1522013
Mutualism breakdown by amplification of Wolbachia genes
E Chrostek, L Teixeira
PLoS biology 13 (2), e1002065, 2015
582015
High anti-viral protection without immune upregulation after interspecies Wolbachia transfer
E Chrostek, MSP Marialva, R Yamada, SL O'Neill, L Teixeira
PLoS one 9 (6), e99025, 2014
412014
Horizontal transmission of intracellular insect symbionts via plants
E Chrostek, K Pelz-Stelinski, GDD Hurst, GL Hughes
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 2237, 2017
162017
Comment on Rohrscheib et al. 2016" Intensity of mutualism breakdown is determined by temperature not amplification of Wolbachia genes"
E Chrostek, L Teixeira
PLoS pathogens 13 (9), e1006540, 2017
52017
Within host selection for faster replicating bacterial symbionts
E Chrostek, L Teixeira
PloS one 13 (1), e0191530, 2018
22018
Is Anopheles gambiae a natural host of Wolbachia?
E Chrostek, M Gerth
mBio 10 (3), e00784-19, 2019
12019
Genomic and environmental factors influence Wolbachia-Drosophila symbiosis
EA Chrostek
2014
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