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Assessing the Paradox Between Transmitted and Acquired HIV Type 1 Drug Resistance Mutations in the Swiss HIV Cohort Study From 1998 to 2012

Yang, Wan-Lin ; Kouyos, Roger ; Scherrer, Alexandra U. ; Böni, Jürg ; Shah, Cyril ; Yerly, Sabine ; Klimkait, Thomas ; Aubert, Vincent ; Furrer, Hansjakob ; Battegay, Manuel ; Cavassini, Matthias ; Bernasconi, Enos ; Vernazza, Pietro ; Held, Leonhard ; Ledergerber, Bruno ; Günthard, Huldrych F. ; Aubert, V. ; Battegay, M. ; Bernasconi, E. ; Böni, J. ; Bucher, H. C. ; Burton-Jeangros, C. ; Calmy, A. ; Cavassini, M. ; Dollenmaier, G. ; Egger, M. ; Elzi, L. ; Fehr, J. ; Fellay, J. ; Furrer, H. ; Fux, C. A. ; Gorgievski, M. ; Günthard, H. ; Haerry, D. ; Hasse, B. ; Hirsch, H. H. ; Hoffmann, M. ; Hösli, I. ; Kahlert, C. ; Kaiser, L. ; Keiser, O. ; Klimkait, T. ; Kouyos, R. ; Kovari, H. ; Ledergerber, B. ; Martinetti, G. ; Martinez de Tejada, B. ; Metzner, K. ; Müller, N. ; Nadal, D. ; Nicca, D. ; Pantaleo, G. ; Rauch, A. ; Regenass, S. ; Rickenbach, M. ; Rudin, C. ; Schöni-Affolter, F. ; Schmid, P. ; Schüpbach, J. ; Speck, R. ; Tarr, P. ; Telenti, A. ; Trkola, A. ; Vernazza, P. ; Weber, R. ; Yerly, S. ; Aubert, V. ; Battegay, M. ; Bernasconi, E. ; Böni, J. ; Bucher, H. C. ; Burton-Jeangros, C. ; Calmy, A. ; Cavassini, M. ; Dollenmaier, G. ; Egger, M. ; Elzi, L. ; Fehr, J. ; Fellay, J. ; Furrer, H. ; Fux, C. A. ; Gorgievski, M. ; Günthard, H. ; Haerry, D. ; Hasse, B. ; Hirsch, H. H. ; Hoffmann, M. ; Hösli, I. ; Kahlert, C. ; Kaiser, L. ; Keiser, O. ; Klimkait, T. ; Kouyos, R. ; Kovari, H. ; Ledergerber, B. ; Martinetti, G. ; Martinez de Tejada, B. ; Metzner, K. ; Müller, N. ; Nadal, D. ; Nicca, D. ; Pantaleo, G. ; Rauch, A. ; Regenass, S. ; Rickenbach, M. ; Rudin, C. ; Schöni-Affolter, F. ; Schmid, P. ; Schüpbach, J. ; Speck, R. ; Tarr, P. ; Telenti, A. ; Trkola, A. ; Vernazza, P. ; Weber, R. ; Yerly, S.

In: The Journal of Infectious Diseases, 2015, vol. 212, no. 1, p. 28-38

Université de Fribourg

Alien plant species with a wider global distribution are better able to capitalize on increased resource availability

Dawson, Wayne ; Rohr, Rudolf P. ; Kleunen, Mark van ; Fischer, Markus

In: New Phytologist, 2012, vol. 194, no. 3, p. 859–867

A high ability of alien plant species to capitalize on increases in resource availability has been suggested as an explanation for being globally successful. Here, we tested this hypothesis meta-analytically using existing data from experiments manipulating plant resources (light, water and nutrients).From these studies we extracted the response to resource increase of biomass, as an indicator of...

Université de Neuchâtel

Relative Fitness of Transgenic vs. Non-Transgenic Maize x Teosinte Hybrids: a Field Evalutation

Clegg, J. ; Ellstrand, N. C. ; Guadagnuolo, Roberto

In: Ecological Applications, 2006, vol. 16, no. 5, p. 1967-1974

Concern has been often expressed regarding the impact and persistence of transgenes that enter wild populations via gene flow. The impact of a transgene and its persistence are largely determined by the relative fitness of transgenic hybrids and hybrid derivatives compared to non-transgenic plants. Nevertheless, few studies have addressed this question experimentally in the field. Despite the...

Université de Neuchâtel

Ecological interactions between two species of leaf beetle, a rust fungus, and their host plant

Röder, Grégory ; Rahier, Martine (Dir.)

Thèse de doctorat : Université de Neuchâtel, 2007 ; 1947.

Independently, both fungal disease and herbivorous insects are considered to have major impacts on plant populations, affecting growth, survival, and reproduction, as well as modifying their interactions with other species. By providing habitats, protection, and food for numerous species, plants form an essential component of terrestrial ecosystems and constitute the convergent point for...