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Carine Brouat

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Brouat
Evolutionary ecology of interactions between invasive rodents and their parasites

Research group in CBGP: Biologie, écologie et évolution des espèces envahissantes / Ecologie et évolution des zoonoses

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Publication list

Dalecky A, Bâ K, Piry S, Lippens C, Diagne CA, Kane M, Sow A, Diallo M, Niang Y, Konecny A, Sarr N, Artige E, Charbonnel N, Granjon L, Duplantier JM & Brouat C (2015) Range expansion of the invasive house mouse Mus musculus domesticus in Senegal, Western Africa: a three decades synthesis of trapping data, 1983-2014. Mammal Review 45, 176-190.

Cosson J-F, Galan M, Bard E, Razzauti M, Bernard M, Morand S, Brouat C, Dalecky A, Bâ K, Charbonnel N & Vayssier-Taussat M (2015) Detection of Orientia sp. DNA in rodents from Asia, West Africa and Europe. Parasites and Vectors 8, 172.

Brouat C, Tollenaere C, Estoup A, Loiseau A, Sommer S, Soanandrasana, R., Rahalison L, Rajerison M, Piry S, Goodman SM & Duplantier JM (2014) Invasion genetics of a human commensal rodent: the black rat Rattus rattus in Madagascar. Molecular Ecology 23, 4153-4167.

Tollenaere C, Jacquet S, Ivanova S, Loiseau A, Duplantier J-M, Streiff R & Brouat C (2013) Beyond an AFLP genome scan towards the identification of immune genes involved in plague resistance in Rattus rattus from Madagascar. Molecular Ecology 22, 354–367.

Gascuel F, Choisy M, Duplantier J-M, Débarre F & Brouat C (2013) Host Resistance, Population Structure and the Long-Term Persistence of Bubonic Plague: Contributions of a Modelling Approach in the Malagasy Focus. Plos Computational Biology 9, e1003039.

Colangelo P, Verheyen E, Leirs H, Tatard C, Denys C, Dobigny G, Duplantier JM, Brouat C, Granjon L & Lecompte E (2013) A mitochondrial phylogeographic scenario for the most widespread African rodent species, Mastomys natalensis. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 108, 901–916.

Brouat C, Rahelinirina S, Loiseau A, Rahalison L, Rajerison M, Laffly D, Handschumacher P & Duplantier J-M (2013) Plague circulation and population genetics of the reservoir Rattus rattus: the influence of topographic relief on the distribution of the disease within the Madagascan plague focus. Plos Neglected Tropical Diseases 7, e2266.

Tollenaere C, Ivanova S, Duplantier J-M, Loiseau A, Rahalison L, Rahelinirina S & Brouat C (2012) Neutral and Mhc-linked microsatellites reveal contrasted patterns of selection in natural populations of the Malagasy plague reservoir Rattus rattus. PloS One 7, e32814.

Tollenaere C, Duplantier J-M, Rahalison L, Ranjalahy M & Brouat C (2011) AFLP genome scan in the black rat (Rattus rattus) from Madagascar: detecting genetic markers undergoing plague-mediated selection. Molecular Ecology 20, 1026–1038.

Dobigny G, Tatard C, Kane M, Gauthier P, Brouat C, Bâ K & Duplantier J-M (2011) A cytotaxonomic and DNA-based survey of rodents from Northern Cameroon and Western Chad. Mammalian Biology 76, 417-427.

Brouat C, Tatard C, Machin A, Kane M, Diouf M, Bâ K & Duplantier J-M (2011) Comparative population genetics of a parasitic nematode and its host community: the trichonstrongylid Neoheligmonella granjoni and Mastomys rodents in southeastern Senegal. International Journal for Parasitology 41, 1301-1309.

Tollenaere C, Rahalison L, Ranjalahy M, Duplantier J-M, Rahelinirina S, Telfer S & Brouat C (2010) Susceptibility to Yersinia pestis Experimental Infection in Wild Rattus rattus, Reservoir of Plague in Madagascar. EcoHealth 7, 242-247.

Tollenaere C, Brouat C, Duplantier J-M, Rahalison L, Rahelinirina S, Pascal M, Moné H, Mouahid G, Leirs H & Cosson J-F (2010) Phylogeography of the invasive species Rattus rattus in the western Indian Ocean, with special emphasis on the colonization history of Madagascar. Journal of Biogeography 37, 398-410.

Sall-Dramé R, Brouat C, Bâ CT & Duplantier J-M (2010) Variation in cestode assemblages of Mastomys and Arvicanthis species (Rodents, Muridae) from lake Retba in western Senegal. The Journal of Parasitology 96, 675-680.

Dobigny G, Catalan J, Gauthier P, O’Brien PCM, Brouat C, Bâ K, Tatard C, Ferguson-Smith MA, Duplantier M-M, Granjon L & Britton-Davidian J (2010) Geographic patterns of inversion polymorphisms in a wild African rodent, Mastomys erythroleucus. Heredity 104, 378–386.

Brouat C, Tatard C, Cosson J-F, Dobigny G, Fichet-Calvet E, Granjon L, Lecompte E, Loiseau A, Mouline K, Piry S & Duplantier J-M (2009) Phylogeography of the Guinea multimammate mouse (Mastomys erythroleucus): a case study for Sahelian species in West Africa. Journal of Biogeography 36, 2237-2250.

Tollenaere C, Rahalison L, Ranjalahy M, Rahelinirina S, Duplantier J-M & Brouat C (2008) CCR5 polymorphism and plague resistance in natural populations of the black rat in Madagascar. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 8, 891-897.

Durette-Desset MC, Brouat C, Diouf M & Duplantier J-M (2008) Description of two species of Nippostrongylinae (Nematoda, Heligmonellidae), coparasites  in three sympatric species of Mastomys spp. (Rodentia, Muridae)from Senegal. Parasite 15, 539-551.

Gilabert A, Loiseau A, Duplantier JM, Rahelinirina S, Rahalison L, Chanteau S & Brouat C (2007) Population genetics of Rattus rattus in a rural plague focus of Malagasy Highlands. Canadian Journal of Zoology 85, 965-972.

Brouat C, Loiseau A, Kane M, Bâ K & Duplantier J-M (2007) Population genetic structure of two ecologically distinct multimammate rats: the commensal Mastomys natalensis and the wild M. erythroleucus in south-eastern Senegal. Molecular Ecology 16, 2985–2997.

Brouat C, Kane M, Diouf M, Bâ K, Sall-Dramé R & Duplantier JM (2007) Host ecology and variation in helminth community structure in Mastomys rodents from Senegal. Parasitology 134, 437-450.

Brouat C & Duplantier JM (2007) Host habitat patchiness and the distance decay of similarity among gastro-intestinal nematode communities in two species of Mastomys (south-eastern Senegal). Oecologia 152, 715–720.

Lecompte E, Brouat C, Duplantier JM, Galan M, Granjon L, Loiseau A, Mouline K & Cosson JF (2005) Molecular identification of four cryptic species of Mastomys (Rodentia, Murinae). Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 33, 681-689.