Saxenhofer, Moritz

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Saxenhofer, Moritz; Schmidt, Sabrina; Ulrich, Rainer G.; Heckel, Gerald (2019). Secondary contact between diverged host lineages entails ecological speciation in a European hantavirus. PLoS biology, 17(2), e3000142. Public Library of Science 10.1371/journal.pbio.3000142


Saxenhofer, Moritz; Weber de Melo, Vanessa; Ulrich, Rainer G.; Heckel, Gerald (2017). Revised time scales of RNA virus evolution based on spatial information. Proceedings of the Royal Society. Series B - biological sciences, 284(1860), p. 20170857. Royal Society of London 10.1098/rspb.2017.0857

Drewes, Stephan; Sheikh Ali, Hanan; Saxenhofer, Moritz; Rosenfeld, Ulrike M.; Binder, Florian; Cuypers, Fabian; Schlegel, Mathias; Röhrs, Susanne; Heckel, Gerald; Ulrich, Rainer G. (2017). Host-Associated Absence of Human Puumala Virus Infections in Northern and Eastern Germany. Emerging infectious diseases, 23(1), pp. 83-86. U.S. National Center for Infectious Diseases 10.3201/eid2301.160224


Schmidt, Sabrina; Saxenhofer, Moritz; Drewes, Stephan; Schlegel, Mathias; Wanka, Konrad M.; Frank, Raphael; Klimpel, Sven; von Blanckenhagen, Felix; Maaz, Denny; Herden, Christiane; Freise, Jona; Wolf, Ronny; Stubbe, Michael; Borkenhagen, Peter; Ansorge, Hermann; Eccard, Jana A.; Lang, Johannes; Jourdain, Elsa; Jacob, Jens; Marianneau, Philippe; ... (2016). High genetic structuring of Tula hantavirus. Archives of virology, 161(5), pp. 1135-1149. Springer 10.1007/s00705-016-2762-6


Klahre, U.; Gurba, A.; Hermann, K.; Saxenhofer, M.; Bossolini, E.; Guerin, P.M.; Kuhlemeier, Cris (2011). Pollinator choice in Petunia depends on two major genetic loci for floral scent production. Current Biology, 21(9), pp. 730-739. Cambridge, Mass.: Cell Press 10.1016/j.cub.2011.03.059


van Kleunen, Mark; Meier, Anna; Saxenhofer, Moritz; Fischer, Markus (2008). Support for the predictions of the pollinator-mediated stabilizing selection hypothesis. Journal of Plant Ecology, 1(3), pp. 173-178. Oxford: Oxford University Press 10.1093/jpe/rtn017

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