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

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. DOI: 10.1017/S003118200800485X » PDF

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. DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.20888 » PDF

New and old risk factors for Toxoplasma gondii infection: Prospective cross-sectional study among military personnel in Czech Republic

Kolbeková P., Kourbatová E., Novotná M., Kodym P., Flegr J. 2007: New and old risk factors for Toxoplasma gondii infection: Prospective cross-sectional study among military personnel in Czech Republic. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 13: 1012-1017. DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-0691.2007.01771.x » PDF

Higher perceived dominance in Toxoplasma infected men – a new evidence for role of increased level of testosterone in toxoplasmosis-associated changes in human behavior

Hodková H., Kolbeková P., Skallová A., Lindová J., Flegr J. 2007: Higher perceived dominance in Toxoplasma infected men – a new evidence for role of increased level of testosterone in toxoplasmosis-associated changes in human behavior. Neuroendocrinology Letters, 28: 110-114. » PDF

Poorer results of mice with latent toxoplasmosis in learning tests: impaired learning processes or the novelty discrimination mechanism?

Hodková H., Kodym P., Flegr J. 2007: Poorer results of mice with latent toxoplasmosis in learning tests: impaired learning processes or the novelty discrimination mechanism? Parasitology, 134: 1329-1337. DOI: 10.1017/S0031182007002673 » PDF