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Lignocellulose degradation at the holobiont level: teamwork in a keystone soil invertebrate
M Bredon, J Dittmer, C NoŽl, B Moumen, D Bouchon
Microbiome 6, 1-19, 2018
892018
The terrestrial isopod microbiome: an all-in-one toolbox for animal–microbe interactions of ecological relevance
D Bouchon, M Zimmer, J Dittmer
Frontiers in microbiology 7, 1472, 2016
852016
Host origin and tissue microhabitat shaping the microbiota of the terrestrial isopod Armadillidium vulgare
J Dittmer, J Lesobre, B Moumen, D Bouchon
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 92 (5), fiw063, 2016
502016
A host as an ecosystem: Wolbachia coping with environmental constraints
M Sicard, J Dittmer, P GrŤve, D Bouchon, C Braquart‐Varnier
Environmental Microbiology 16 (12), 3583-3607, 2014
502014
Disentangling a Holobiont – Recent Advances and Perspectives in Nasonia Wasps
J Dittmer, EJ Van Opstal, JD Shropshire, SR Bordenstein, GDD Hurst, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 7, 1478, 2016
442016
Phylogenomics of “Candidatus Hepatoplasma crinochetorum,” a Lineage of Mollicutes Associated with Noninsect Arthropods
S Leclercq, J Dittmer, D Bouchon, R Cordaux
Genome Biology and Evolution 6 (2), 407-415, 2014
442014
Feminizing Wolbachia influence microbiota composition in the terrestrial isopod Armadillidium vulgare
J Dittmer, D Bouchon
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 6998, 2018
422018
Host tissues as microhabitats for Wolbachia and quantitative insights into the bacterial community in terrestrial isopods
J Dittmer, S Beltran‐Bech, J Lesobre, M Raimond, M Johnson, D Bouchon
Molecular ecology 23 (10), 2619-2635, 2014
382014
Fat body-specific vitellogenin expression regulates host-seeking behaviour in the mosquito Aedes albopictus
J Dittmer, A Alafndi, P Gabrieli
PLoS Biology 17 (5), e3000238, 2019
312019
When your host shuts down: larval diapause impacts host-microbiome interactions in Nasonia vitripennis
J Dittmer, RM Brucker
Microbiome 9 (1), 1-19, 2021
232021
Coadaptation between host genome and microbiome under long-term xenobiotic-induced selection
GH Wang, J Dittmer, B Douglas, L Huang, RM Brucker
Science Advances 7 (19), eabd4473, 2021
222021
Phenotypic shift in Wolbachia virulence towards its native host across serial horizontal passages
W Le Clec'h, J Dittmer, M Raimond, D Bouchon, M Sicard
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1859), 20171076, 2017
222017
Influence of changing plant food sources on the gut microbiota of saltmarsh detritivores
J Dittmer, J Lesobre, R Raimond, M Zimmer, D Bouchon
Microbial ecology 64, 814-825, 2012
172012
Variation of parasite load and immune parameters in two species of New Zealand shore crabs
J Dittmer, AV Koehler, FJ Richard, R Poulin, M Sicard
Parasitology research 109, 759-767, 2011
112011
Microbiome of pear psyllids: A tale about closely related species sharing their endosymbionts
L ŠtarhovŠ Serbina, D Gajski, B Pafčo, L Zurek, I Malenovskż, ...
Environmental Microbiology 24 (12), 5788-5808, 2022
102022
Transstadial metabolic priming mediated by larval nutrition in female Aedes albopictus mosquitoes
J Dittmer, P Gabrieli
Journal of Insect Physiology, 10.1016/j.jinsphys.2020.104053, 2020
82020
Investigating the microbial community of Cacopsylla spp. as potential factor in vector competence of phytoplasma
H Schuler, J Dittmer, L Borruso, J Galli, S Fischnaller, G Anfora, ...
Environmental Microbiology 24 (10), 4771-4786, 2022
72022
Skipping the Insect Vector: Plant Stolon Transmission of the Phytopathogen ‘Ca. Phlomobacter fragariae’ from the Arsenophonus Clade of Insect Endosymbionts
J Dittmer, T Lusseau, X Foissac, F Faoro
Insects 12 (2), 93, 2021
62021
The terrestrial isopod microbiome: an all‑in‑one toolbox for animal–microbe interactions of ecological rel‑evance. Front Microbiol. 2016; 7: 1472
D Bouchon, M Zimmer, J Dittmer
6
The bacterial community of the European spruce bark beetle in space and time
A Moussa, S Nones, PE Vannucchi, GR Shahzad, J Dittmer, E Corretto, ...
Biorxiv, 2023.04. 28.538755, 2023
52023
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