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de Albuquerque, Nathalia R. M. and Haag, Karen L. and Fields, Peter D. and Cabalzar, Andrea and Ben-Ami, Frida and Pombert, Jean-François and Ebert, Dieter. (2022) A new microsporidian parasite, Ordospora pajunii sp. nov (Ordosporidae), of Daphnia longispina highlights the value of genomic data for delineating species boundaries. The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology, 69 (3). e12902.


de Albuquerque, Nathalia Rammé Medeiros and Ebert, Dieter and Haag, Karen Luisa. (2020) Transposable element abundance correlates with mode of transmission in microsporidian parasites. Mobile DNA, 11. p. 19.

Haag, Karen L. and Pombert, Jean-François and Sun, Yukun and de Albuquerque, Nathalia Rammé M. and Batliner, Brendan and Fields, Peter and Lopes, Tiago Falcon and Ebert, Dieter. (2020) Microsporidia with Vertical Transmission Were Likely Shaped by Nonadaptive Processes. Genome Biology and Evolution, 12 (1). pp. 3599-3614.


Haag, K. L. and James, T. Y. and Pombert, J. F. and Larsson, R. and Schaer, T. M. M. and Refardt, D. and Ebert, Dieter. (2014) Evolution of a morphological novelty occurred before genome compaction in a lineage of extreme parasites. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 111, no. 43. pp. 15480-15485.


Haag, K. L. and Larsson, J. I. R. and Refardt, D. and Ebert, Dieter. (2011) Cytological and molecular description of Hamiltosporidium tvaerminnensis gen. et sp. nov., a microsporidian parasite of Daphnia magna, and establishment of Hamiltosporidium magnivora comb. nov. Parasitology, Vol. 138, H. 4. pp. 447-462.


Keeling, P. J. and Corradi, N. and Morrison, H. G. and Haag, K. L. and Ebert, Dieter and Weiss, L. M. and Akiyoshi, D. E. and Tzipori, S.. (2010) The reduced genome of the parasitic Microsporidian Enterocytozoon bieneusi lacks genes for core carbon metabolism. Genome biology and evolution, Vol. 2. pp. 304-309.