Publications

Hahn M, Piecyk A, Jorge F, Cerrato R, Dheilly NM. The host phenotype and microbiome varies with infection status, parasite origin and parasite microbiome composition. (under review)

Piecyk A, Hahn M, Roth O, Dheilly NM, Heins DC, Bell M, Kalbe M. (2021). Cross-continental experimental infections reveal distinct defence mechanisms in populations of the three-spined stickleback Gasterosteus aculeatus. Proc B (in press)

Piecyk A, Ritter M, Kalbe M. (2019). The right response at the right time: Exploring helminth immune modulation in sticklebacks by experimental co-infection. Molecular Ecology 28: 2668–2680. https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.15106

Piecyk A, Roth O, Kalbe M. (2019). Specificity of resistance and geographic patterns of virulence in a vertebrate host-parasite system. BMC Evolutionary Biology 19, 80. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12862-019-1406-3

Lipinski S, Petersen B-S, Barann M, Piecyk A, Tran F, Mayr G, Jentzsch M, Aden K, Stengel ST, Klostermeier UC, et al. (2019). Missense variants in NOX1 and p22phox in a case of very-early-onset inflammatory bowel disease are functionally linked to NOD2. Mol Case Stud. 5, https://doi.org/10.1101/mcs.a002428

Wendling CC, Piecyk A, Refardt D, Chibani C, Hertel R, Liesegang H, Bunk B, Overmann J, and Roth O. (2017). Tripartite species interaction: eukaryotic hosts suffer more from phage susceptible than from phage resistant bacteria. BMC Evolutionary Biology 17, 98. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12862-017-0930-2

Lipinski S, Hüttmann A, Waetzig GH, Haesler R, Schreiber S, and Rosenstiel PC. (2012). Mo1777 Identification of p22phox as a Novel Functional Interaction Partner of NOD2. Gastroenterology 142, S–682