Carolin Wendling
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The emergence of Vibrio pathogens in Europe: ecology, evolution, and pathogenesis (Paris, 11–12th March 2015)
FL Roux, KM Wegner, C Baker-Austin, L Vezzulli, CR Osorio, C Amaro, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 830, 2015
Persistence, seasonal dynamics and pathogenic potential of Vibrio communities from Pacific oyster hemolymph
CC Wendling, FM Batista, KM Wegner
PloS one 9 (4), e94256, 2014
Relative contribution of reproductive investment, thermal stress and Vibrio infection to summer mortality phenomena in Pacific oysters
CC Wendling, KM Wegner
Aquaculture 412, 88-96, 2013
Adaptation to enemy shifts: rapid resistance evolution to local Vibrio spp. in invasive Pacific oysters
CC Wendling, KM Wegner
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1804), 20142244, 2015
Parasites in the Wadden Sea food web
DW Thieltges, MY Engelsma, CC Wendling, KM Wegner
Journal of Sea Research 82, 122-133, 2013
Tripartite species interaction: eukaryotic hosts suffer more from phage susceptible than from phage resistant bacteria
CC Wendling, A Piecyk, D Refardt, C Chibani, R Hertel, H Liesegang, ...
BMC evolutionary biology 17 (1), 1-12, 2017
Population‐specific genotype x genotype x environment interactions in bacterial disease of early life stages of pacific oyster larvae
CC Wendling, AG Fabritzek, KM Wegner
Evolutionary applications 10 (4), 338-347, 2017
Habitat degradation correlates with tolerance to climate-change related stressors in the green mussel Perna viridis from West Java, Indonesia
CC Wendling, M Huhn, N Ayu, R Bachtiar, K von Juterzenka, M Lenz
Marine pollution bulletin 71 (1-2), 222-229, 2013
The structure of temperate phage–bacteria infection networks changes with the phylogenetic distance of the host bacteria
CC Wendling, H Göhlich, O Roth
Biology Letters, 2018
Fitness benefits to bacteria of carrying prophages and prophage‐encoded antibiotic‐resistance genes peak in different environments
AH CC Wendling, D Refardt
Evolution, 2020
Genomic variation among closely related Vibrio alginolyticus strains is located on mobile genetic elements
CM Chibani, O Roth, H Liesegang, CC Wendling
BMC genomics 21, 1-14, 2020
Filamentous phages reduce bacterial growth in low salinities
H Goehlich, O Roth, CC Wendling
Royal Society open science 6 (12), 191669, 2019
Closely Related Vibrio alginolyticus Strains Encode an Identical Repertoire of Caudovirales-Like Regions and Filamentous Phages
CM Chibani, R Hertel, M Hoppert, H Liesegang, CC Wendling
Viruses 12 (12), 1359, 2020
Pipefish locally adapted to low salinity in the Baltic Sea retain phenotypic plasticity to cope with ancestral salinity levels
H Goehlich, L Sartoris, KS Wagner, CC Wendling, O Roth
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 2020
Plasmids and temperate phages influence each other’s transfer rates
L Schwyter, C Igler, A Hall, C Wendling
Access Microbiology 2 (7A), 140, 2020
Cooperation and life history evolution help obligate parasites to circumvent host genetic deficiencies
ZM Bailey, C Wendling
Evolution 74 (4), 795-796, 2020
Microbes, Disease & Invasions-Nature’s toolbox to study rapid adaptation
C Wendling, A Lokmer, U John, F Le Roux, M Wegner
Parallel evolution of symbiotic life style in oyster-Vibrio interactions
M Wegner, C Wendling, U John, F Le Roux
Draft Genome Sequence of Vibrio splendidus DSM 19640
CM Chibani, A Poehlein, O Roth, H Liesegang, CC Wendling
Genome announcements 5 (48), 2017
Ecology and Evolution of invasive Pacific oysters to pathogen infection and rising temperatures
CC Wendling
Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel+ AWI Bremerhaven, 2013
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