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  • Almousa A. A., Meurens F., Krol E. S., Alcorn J. 2018. Linoorbitides and enterolactone mitigate inflammation-induced oxidative stress and loss of intestinal epithelial barrier integrity. International Immunopharmacology, 64:42-51. [IF19=3.943] DOI: 10.1016/j.intimp.2018.08.012.
  • Benjak A., Avanzi C., Benito Y., Breysse F., Chartier C., Boschiroli M.-L., Fourichon C., Michelet L., Pin D., Flandrois J.-P., Bruyere P., Dumitrescu O., Cole S. T., Lina G. 2018. Highly Reduced Genome of the New Species Mycobacterium uberis, the Causative Agent of Nodular Thelitis and Tuberculoid Scrotitis in Livestock and a Close Relative of the Leprosy Bacilli. mSphere, 3(5): e00405-18. [IF19=4.282] DOI: 10.1128/mSphere.00405-18.
  • Blangy S., Bernier M., Bhiry N., Jean-Pierre D., Aenishaenslin C., Bastian S., Chanteloup L., Coxam V., Decaulne A., Gérin-Lajoie J., Gibout S., Haillot D., Hébert-Houle E., Herrmann T. M., Joliet F., Lamalice A., Lévesque E., Ravel A., Rousse D. 2018. OHMi-Nunavik: a multi-thematic and cross-cultural research program studying the cumulative effects of climate and socio-economic changes on Inuit communities. Écoscience, 25(4):311-324 [IF19=1.250] DOI: 10.1080/11956860.2018.1542783.
  • Camanes G., Joly A., Fourichon C., Ben Romdhane R., Ezanno P. 2018. Control measures to prevent the increase of paratuberculosis prevalence in dairy cattle herds: an individual-based modelling approach. Veterinary Research, 49(1):60. [IF19=3.357] DOI: 10.1186/s13567-018-0557-3.
  • Charlier J., Thamsborg S. M., Bartley D. J., Skuce P. J., Kenyon F., Geurden T., Hoste H., Williams A. R., Sotiraki S., Höglund J., Chartier C., Geldhof P., van Dijk, J., Rinaldi L., Morgan E. R., von Samson-Himmelstjerna G., Vercruysse J., Claerebout E. 2018. Mind the gaps in research on the control of gastrointestinal nematodes of farmed ruminants and pigs. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 65(S1):217-234 [IF19=4.188] DOI: 10.1111/tbed.12707.
  • Charrier N. P., Couton M., Voordouw M. J., Rais O., Durand-Hermouet A., Hervet C., Plantard O., Rispe C. 2018. Whole body transcriptomes and new insights into the biology of the tick Ixodes ricinus. Parasites & Vectors, 11(1):364. [IF19=2.824] DOI: 10.1186/s13071-018-2932-3.
  • Collineau L., Bougeard S., Backhans A., Dewulf J., Emanuelson U., Grosse Beilage E., Lehébel A., Lösken S., Postma M., Sjölund M., Stärk K.D.C., Visschers V.H.M., Belloc C. 2018. Application of multiblock modelling to identify key drivers for antimicrobial use in pig production in four European countries. Epidemiology and Infection, 146(8) :1003-1014. [IF19=2.152] DOI: 10.1017/S0950268818000742.
  • De Crémoux R., Gache K., Rousset E., Sala C., Holsteing S., Nicollet P., Lars F., Guatteo R., Dion F., Calavas D., Bronner A., Perrin J. B., Touratier A. 2018. A pilot program for clinical Q fever surveillance as a first step for a standardized differential diagnosis of abortions: Organizational lessons applied to goats farms. Small Ruminant Research, 163:60-64. [IF19=1.273] DOI: 10.1016/j.smallrumres.2017.09.008.
  • Duchesne A., Vaiman A., Frah M., Floriot S., Legoueix-Rodriguez S., Desmazières A., Fritz S., Beauvallet C., Albaric O., Venot E., Bertaud M., Saintilan R., Guatteo R., Esquerré D., Branchu J., Fleming A., Brice A., Darios F., Vilotte J.-L., Stevanin G., Boichard D., El Hachimi K. H. 2018. Progressive ataxia of Charolais cattle highlights a role of KIF1C in sustainable myelination. PLOS Genetics, 14(8):e1007550 [IF19=5.174] DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1007550.
  • Ducrot C., Adam C., Beaugrand F., Belloc C., Bluhm J., Chauvin C., Cholton M., Collineau L., Faisnel J., Fortané N., Frappat B., Hellec F., Hémonic A., Joly N., Lhermie G., Magne M. A., Paul M., Poizat A., Raboisson D., Rousset N. 2018. Apport de la sociologie à l’étude de la réduction d’usage des antibiotiques. INRA Productions Animales, 31(4):307-324 [IF19=0.741].
  • Duval J. E., Bareille N., Madouasse A., de Joybert M., Sjöström K., Emanuelson U., Bonnet-Beaugrand F., Fourichon C. 2018. Evaluation of the impact of a Herd Health and Production Management programme in organic dairy cattle farms: a process evaluation approach. Animal, 12(7):1475-1483. [IF19=2.400] DOI: 10.1017/S1751731117002841.
  • Falzon L. C., Lechner I., Chantziaras I., Collineau L., Courcoul A., Filippitzi M.-E., Laukkanen-Ninios R., Peroz C., Pinto Ferreira J., Postma M., Prestmo P. G., Phythian C. J., Sarno E., Vanantwerpen G., Vergne T., Grindlay D. J. C., Brennan M. L. 2018. Quantitative Outcomes of a One Health approach to Study Global Health Challenges. EcoHealth, 15(1):209-227. [IF19=2.153] DOI: 10.1007/s10393-017-1310-5.
  • Fraslin C., Dechamp N., Bernard M., Krieg F., Hervet C., Guyomard R., Esquerré D., Barbieri J., Kuchly C., Duchaud E., Boudinot P., Rochat T., Bernardet J.-F., Quillet E. 2018. Quantitative trait loci for resistance to Flavobacterium psychrophilum in rainbow trout: effect of the mode of infection and evidence of epistatic interactions. Genetics Selection Evolution, 50(1):60 [IF19=3.950] DOI: 10.1186/s12711-018-0431-9.
  • Hoch T., Breton E., Vatansever Z. 2018. Dynamic Modeling of Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus (CCHFV) Spread to Test Control Strategies. Journal of Medical Entomology, 55(5):1124-1132. [IF19=1.925] DOI: 10.1093/jme/tjy035.
  • Hoch T., Touzeau S., Viet A.-F., Ezanno P. 2018. Between-group pathogen transmission: From processes to modeling. Ecological Modelling, 383, 138-149. [IF19=2.497] DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2018.05.016.
  • Jaquiéry J., Peccoud J., Ouisse T., Legeai F., Prunier-Leterme N., Gouin A., Nouhaud P., Brisson J.A., Bickel R., Purandare S., Poulain J., Battail C., Lemaitre C., Mieuzet L., Le Trionnaire G., Simon J.-C., Rispe C. 2018. Disentangling the Causes for Faster-X Evolution in Aphids. Genome Biology and Evolution, 10, 507-520. [IF19=3.462] DOI: 10.1093/gbe/evy015.
  • Jalovecka M., Hajdusek O., Sojka D., Kopacek P., Malandrin L. 2018. The Complexity of Piroplasms Life Cycles. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology, 8(248). [IF19=4.123] DOI: 10.3389/fcimb.2018.00248.
  • Jouglin M., De la Cotte N., Bonsergent C., Bastian S., Malandrin L. 2018. La Babésiose humaine : bilan de 10 ans d’analyses. Médecine et Maladies Infectieuses, 48(4, Supplement):S112-S113 [IF19=1.782] DOI: 10.1016/j.medmal.2018.04.284.
  • Käser T., Renois F., Wilson H. L., Cnudde T., Gerdts V., Dillon J.-A. R., Jungersen G., Agerholm J. S., Meurens F. 2018. Contribution of the swine model in the study of human sexually transmitted infections. Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 66:346-360 [IF19=2.773] DOI: 10.1016/j.meegid.2017.11.022.
  • Kreuzer-Redmer S., Arends D., Schulte J. N., Karweina D., Korkuc P., Wöltje N., Hesse D., Pieper R., Gerdts V., Zentek J., Meurens F., Brockmann G. A. 2018. High dosage of zinc modulates T-cells in a time-dependent manner within porcine gut-associated lymphatic tissue. British Journal of Nutrition, 120(12):1349-1358 [IF19=3.334] DOI: 10.1017/S0007114518002908.
  • Laguzet L. 2018. High order variational numerical schemes with application to Nash - MFG vaccination games. Ricerche di Matematica, 67(1) :247-269 DOI: 10.1007/s11587-018-0366-z.
  • Lambert S., Ezanno P., Garel M., Gilot-Fromont E. 2018. Demographic stochasticity drives epidemiological patterns in wildlife with implications for diseases and population management. Scientific Reports, 8(1):16846 [IF19=3.998] DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-34623-0.
  • Maroilley T., Berri M., Lemonnier G., Esquerré D., Chevaleyre C., Mélo S., Meurens F., Coville J.L., Leplat J.J., Rau A., Bed'hom B., Vincent-Naulleau S., Mercat M.J., Billon Y., Lepage P., Rogel-Gaillard C., Estellé J. 2018. Immunome differences between porcine ileal and jejunal Peyer’s patches revealed by global transcriptome sequencing of gut-associated lymphoid tissues. Scientific Reports, 8(1):9077. [IF19=3.998] DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-27019-7.
  • Martin J., Vourc’h G., Bonnot N., Cargnelutti B., Chaval Y., Lourtet B., Goulard M., Hoch T., Plantard O., Hewison M.A.J., Morellet, N. 2018. Temporal shifts in landscape connectivity for an ecosystem engineer across a multiple-use landscape, the roe deer. Landscape Ecology, 33(6) :937-954. [IF19=3.385] DOI: 10.1007/s10980-018-0641-0.
  • Martinot M., Paleau A., Greigert V., Brunet J., Hansmann Y., Jouglin M., Souply L., Jaulhac B., De briel D., Candolfi E. 2018. Babésiose en France et en Europe : une pathologie à redéfinir. Médecine et Maladies Infectieuses, 48(4, Supplement):S112 [IF19=1.782] DOI: 10.1016/j.medmal.2018.04.283.
  • Mathieu P., Morvan G., Picault S. 2018. Multi-level agent-based simulations: Four design patterns. Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory, 83:51-64. [IF19=2.219] DOI: 10.1016/j.simpat.2017.12.015.
  • Merlin A., Madouasse A., Ravinet N., Bareille N., Chauvin A., Chartier C. 2018. Mid-season targeted selective treatments based on flexible weight gain threshold for nematode controle in dairy calves. Animal, 12(5) :1030-1040. [IF19=2.400] DOI: 10.1017/S1751731117002312.
  • Orsel K., Plummer P., Shearer J., De Buck J., Carter S. D., Guatteo R., Barkema H. W. 2018. Missing pieces of the puzzle to effectively control digital dermatitis. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 65(S1):186-198. [IF19=4.188] DOI: 10.1111/tbed.12729.
  • Richard C. A., Hervet C., Ménard D., Gutsche I., Normand V., Meurens F., Eleouet J. F. 2018. First demonstration of the circulation of a pneumovirus in French pigs by detection of anti-swine orthopneumovirus nucleoprotein antibodies. Veterinary Research,  49(1):118  [IF19=3.357] DOI: 10.1186/s13567-018-0615-x.
  • Sándor A. D., Kontschán J., Plantard O., Péter Á., Hornok S. 2018. Illustrated redescription of the male of Ixodes simplex Neumann, 1906. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases, 9(5):1328-1330. [IF19=2.749] DOI: 10.1016/j.ttbdis.2018.05.011.
  • Serra V., Cafiso A., Formenti N., Verheyden H., Plantard O., Bazzocchi C., Sassera D. 2018. Molecular and serological evidence of the presence of Midichloria mitochondrii in roe deer (Capreolus capreolus).  Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 54(3):597-600 [IF19=1.187] DOI: 10.7589/2017-09-241.
  • Sertour N., Cotté V., Garnier M., Malandrin L., Ferquel E., Choumet V. 2018. Infection Kinetics and Tropism of Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato in Mouse After Natural (via Ticks) or Artificial (Needle) Infection Depends on the Bacterial Strain. Frontiers in Microbiology, 9(1722). [IF19=4.235] DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2018.01722.
  • Verrier E. R., Genet C., Laloë D., Jaffrezic F., Rau A., Esquerre D., Dechamp N., Ciobotaru C., Hervet C., Krieg F., Jouneau L., Klopp C., Quillet E., Boudinot P. 2018. Genetic and transcriptomic analyses provide new insights on the early antiviral response to VHSV in resistant and susceptible rainbow trout. BMC Genomics, 19(1):482 [IF19=3.594] DOI: 10.1186/s12864-018-4860-1.
  • Viet A. F., Krebs S., Rat-Aspert O., Jeanpierre L., Belloc C., Ezanno P. 2018. A modelling framework based on MDP to coordinate farmers' disease control decisions at a regional scale. PLoS ONE, 13(6):e0197612. [IF19=2.740] DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0197612.