AK is a former JR’s PhD student. Her interests focus on the impact of parasites on evolution and ecology of their hosts. WB uses molecular tools to study historical processes at and below the species level. AB is an Adiunct at the Department of Parasitology, Institute of Zoology, University of Warsaw. Her scientific interests are in ecology and epidemiology of intestinal and vector-borne parasites, including molecular epidemiology. ES is a Professor at the Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw, Poland. His research interests include the parasite biology, inter-relationships between immunity and pathology, as well as the ecology of host-parasite interactions in wild animals and molecular epidemiology of vector (ticks)-transmitted pathogens. JR is a Professor at the Institute of Nature Conservation, Polish Academy of Sciences and at the Institute of Environmental Sciences, Jagiellonian University. His interests focus on sexual selection, its evolutionary-genetic background and conservation genetic implications.
Effects of an MHC-DRB genotype and allele number on the load of gut parasites in the bank vole Myodes glareolus
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Special Issue: Next Generation Molecular Ecology
Volume 19, Issue Supplement s1, pages 255–265, March 2010
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KLOCH, A., BABIK, W., BAJER, A., SIŃSKI, E. and RADWAN, J. (2010), Effects of an MHC-DRB genotype and allele number on the load of gut parasites in the bank vole Myodes glareolus. Molecular Ecology, 19: 255–265. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2009.04476.x
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- Version of Record online: 10 FEB 2010
- Received 10 June 2009; revision received 14 September 2009; accepted 17 September 2009
Table S1 Frequencies of individuals possessing the eight most common potentially functional alleles detected in the three populations of the bank vole
Fig. S1 The relationship between the per individual coverage and the number of detected alleles. Both potentially functional and nonfunctional (see text) alleles are included.
Fig. S2 Diversity of the bank vole MHC II DRB sequences detected with primers MgDRBL and MgDRBR. The Neighbor Joining tree was constructed from the matrix of the Jukes-Cantor nucleotide distances; bootstrap values of 70% and above (1000 replicates) are shown.
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