Specificity and nature of the associations of twenty-four neuropsychiatric disorders with contacts with cats and dogs

Flegr J., Vedralová M. 2017: Specificity and nature of the associations of twenty-four neuropsychiatric disorders with contacts with cats and dogs. Schizophrenia Research, in press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.schres.2017.02.007 » PDF: Specificity and nature of the associations of twenty-four neuropsychiatric disorders with contacts with cats and dogs

Parasitism as the main factor shaping peptide vocabularies in current organisms

Zemková M., Zahradník D., Mokrejš M., Flegr J. 2017: Parasitism as the main factor shaping peptide vocabularies in current organisms. Parasitology, 144: 975-983. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0031182017000191 » PDF: Parasitism as the main factor shaping peptide vocabularies in current organisms

SlowFaster, a user-friendly program for slow-fast analysis and its application on phylogeny of Blastocystis

Kostka M., Uzlíková M., Čepicka I., Flegr J. 2008: SlowFaster, a user-friendly program for slow-fast analysis and its application on phylogeny of Blastocystis. BMC Bioinformatics, 9:341. http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1471-2105-9-341 » PDF: SlowFaster, a user-friendly program for slow-fast analysis and its application on phylogeny of Blastocystis

Neurophysiological effect of the Rh factor. Protective role of the RhD molecule against Toxoplasma-induced impairment of reaction times in women

Flegr J., Novotná M., Lindová J., Havlíček J. 2008: Neurophysiological effect of the Rh factor. Protective role of the RhD molecule against Toxoplasma-induced impairment of reaction times in women. Neuroendocrinology Letters, 29(4): 475-481. » PDF: Neurophysiological effect of the Rh factor. Protective role of the RhD molecule against Toxoplasma-induced impairment of reaction times in women

Toxoplasma and reaction time: Role of toxoplasmosis in the origin, preservation and geographical distribution of Rh blood group polymorphism

Novotná M., Havlíček J., Smith A.P., Kolbeková P., Skallová A., Klose J., Gašová Z., Písačka M., Sechovská M., Flegr J. 2008: Toxoplasma and reaction time: Role of toxoplasmosis in the origin, preservation and geographical distribution of Rh blood group polymorphism. Parasitology, 135: 1253-1261. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S003118200800485X » PDF: Toxoplasma and reaction time: Role of toxoplasmosis in the Read More …

He sees, she smells? Male and female reports of sensory reliance in mate choice and non-mate-choice contexts

Havlíček J., Saxton T.K., Roberts S.C., Jozífková E., Lhota S., Valentová J., Flegr J. 2008: He sees, she smells? Male and female reports of sensory reliance in mate choice and non-mate-choice contexts. Personality and Individual Differences, 45: 565-570. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2008.06.019 » PDF: He sees, she smells? Male and female reports of sensory reliance in mate choice Read More …

Clonal turnover versus clonal decay: A null model for observed patterns of asexual longevity, diversity and distribution

Janko K., Drozd P., Flegr J., Pannell J.R. 2008: Clonal turnover versus clonal decay: A null model for observed patterns of asexual longevity, diversity and distribution. Evolution, 62:1264-1270. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1558-5646.2008.00359.x » PDF: Clonal decay: a null model for observed patterns of asexual longevity, diversity and distribution

Brief communication: Latent toxoplasmosis and salivary testosterone concentration – important confounding factors in second to fourth digit ratio studies

Flegr J., Lindová J., Pivoňková V., Havlíček J. 2008: Brief communication: Latent toxoplasmosis and salivary testosterone concentration – important confounding factors in second to fourth digit ratio studies. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 20: 487-489. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ajpa.20888 » PDF: Brief communication: Latent toxoplasmosis and salivary testosterone concentration – important confounding factors in second to fourth digit Read More …

Molecular phylogeny of diplomonads and enteromonads based on SSU rRNA, a-tubulin and HSP90 genes: implications for the evolutionary history of the double karyomastigont of diplomonads

Kolisko M., Čepicka I., Hampl V., Leigh J., Roger A.J., Kulda J., Simpson A.G.B., Flegr J. 2008: Molecular phylogeny of diplomonads and enteromonads based on SSU rRNA, a-tubulin and HSP90 genes: implications for the evolutionary history of the double karyomastigont of diplomonads. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 8:205. http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1471-2148-8-205 » PDF: Molecular phylogeny of diplomonads and enteromonads Read More …

Non-monophyly of Retortamonadida and high genetic diversity of the genus Chilomastix suggested by analysis of SSU rDNA

Čepicka I., Kostka M., Uzlíková M., Kulda J., Flegr J. 2008: Non-monophyly of Retortamonadida and high genetic diversity of the genus Chilomastix suggested by analysis of SSU rDNA. Mol. Phyl. Evol. 48:770-775. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ympev.2008.04.036 » PDF: Non-monophyly of Retortamonadida and high genetic diversity of the genus Chilomastix suggested by analysis of SSU rDNA