1- Desjeux, P., Le Pont, F., Mollinedo, S. & Tibayrenc, M. 1986. Les Leishmania de Bolivie. I. Leishmania brasiliensis brasiliensis Vianna, 1911 dans les départements de La Paz et du Beni. Premiers isolements de souches d’origine humaine. Caractérisation isoenzymatique. Leishmania. Taxonomie et phylogénèse. Applications éco-épidémiologiques (Colloques Int. CNRS/INSERM, 1984). IMEEE, Montpellier: 401-410.

 

2- Desjeux, P., Le Pont, F., Mollinedo, S. & Tibayrenc, M. 1986. Les Leishmania de Bolivie. II. Leishmania chagasi s.l. Premiers isolements dans les Yungas du département de La Paz, caractérisation isoenzymatique des stocks isolés d’un cas humain autochtone, de chiens, et du phlébotome Lutzomyia longipalpis. Leishmania. Taxonomie et phylogénèse. Applications éco-épidémiologiques (Colloques Int. CNRS/INSERM, 1984). IMEEE, Montpellier: 411-419.

 

3- Ben Abderrazak, S., Guerrini, F., Mathieu-Daudé, F., Truc, P., Neubauer, K., Lewicka, K., Barnabé, C. & Tibayrenc, M. 1993. Isozyme electrophoresis for parasite characterization. in: Protocols in Molecular Parasitology, Hyde, J.E. Ed., Volume 21 in “Methods in Molecular Biology (Walker J.M., Series Ed.), Humana Press, Totowa, New Jersey, USA. pp. 361-382.

 

4- Lymbery, M. & Tibayrenc, M. 1994. Population genetics and systematics- discussant’s report. in: “Giardia: from Molecules to Disease”. Thompson, R.C.A., Reynoldson, J.A. & Lymbery, A.J. Eds. CAB International, Wallingford, UK. 71-79.

 

5- Tibayrenc, M. 1994. Population genetic and systematics- how many species of Giardia are there? in: “Giardia: from Molecules to Disease”. Thompson, R.C.A., Reynoldson, J.A. & Lymbery, A.J. Eds. CAB International, Wallingford, UK. pp. 41-48.

 

6- Tibayrenc, M. 1997. Evolutionary genetics of Trypanosoma, Leishmania and other microorganisms: epidemiological, taxonomical and medical implications. In: Hide, G., Mottram, J.C., Coombs, G.H. and Holmes, P.H. (eds) Trypanosomiasis and Leishmaniasis: Biology and Control. CAB International, Wallingford, UK, 305-314.

 

7- Tibayrenc, M. & Ayala, F.J. 2000. Molecular Epidemiology and Evolutionary Genetics of Pathogenic Microorganisms: Analysis and Interpretation of Data. in: Molecular Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases. A. Thompson Ed. Thompson Science: 20-29.

 

8-  Tibayrenc, M. 2002. Clonal structure: population structure and clonality of protozoa. Encyclopedia of Evolution: 163-165.

 

9- Tibayrenc, M. 2004. The impact of human genetic diversity in the transmission and severity of infectious diseases.  Infectious Disease: Host-Pathogen Evolution. Dronamraju, K., ed. Cambridge University Press. pp. 315-324.

 

10- Tibayrenc, M. 2006. Analysis of molecular epidemiological data. in: “Molecular epidemiology of trypanosomes and Leishmania", Hide, G. Ed., Landes Bioscience / Eurekah.com, Georgetown, Texas. Online.

 

11- Tibayrenc, M. 2007. Human genetic diversity and the spread of infectious diseases. In: Encyclopedia of Infectious Diseases: Modern Methodologies. 2007. M. Tibayrenc, ed. Wiley & Sons, pp. 321-335.

 

12- Tibayrenc, M. 2007. Molecular Epidemiology and Evolutionary Genetics of Pathogens. In: Encyclopedia of Infectious Diseases: Modern Methodologies. 2007. M. Tibayrenc, ed. Wiley & Sons, pp 337-355.

 

13- Tibayrenc, M. 2009. Multilocus enzyme electrophoresis for parasites and other pathogens. In: Methods in Molecular Biology: Molecular Epidemiology of Microorganisms. Caugant, D.A. Ed. Humana Press pp. 13-25.

 

14- Tibayrenc, M. 2009. Microbial molecular epidemiology: an overview. In: Methods in Molecular Biology: Molecular Epidemiology of Microorganisms. Caugant, D.A. Ed. Humana Press. Pp. 1-12.

 

15- Tibayrenc, M. 2010. Modeling the transmission of Trypanosoma cruzi: the need for an integrated genetic epidemiological and population genomics approach. In: Infectious Disease Transmission Modeling and Management of Parasite Control. Ed. Michael E. Landes Bioscience / Eurekah.

 

16- Tibayrenc, M., Barnabé, C. and Telleria, J. 2010. Reticulate Evolution in Trypanosoma cruzi: Medical and Epidemiological Implications. In: American trypanosomiasis: Chagas disease. One hundred years of research. Elsevier Insights. Telleria, J. and Tibayrenc, M. eds.

 

17- Tibayrenc, M. 2010. Human genetic susceptibility to Chagas disease. In: American trypanosomiasis: Chagas disease. One hundred years of research. Elsevier Insights. Telleria, J. and Tibayrenc, M. eds.

 

18- Tibayrenc, M., Telleria, J., Diosque, P., Dib, J.C. and Barnabé, C. 2010. Integrated genetic epidemiology of Chagas disease. In: Genetics and Evolution of Infectious Diseases Elsevier insights. Tibayrenc, M. ed.

 

19- Tibayrenc, M. 2012. Population genetics and molecular epidemiology of infectious diseases. In: New Frontiers of Molecular Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases. Morand, S. Beaudreau, F., Cabaret, J. and de Rycke, J., eds.

 

20- Diosque, P., Tomasini, N. & Tibayrenc, M. 2016. Molecular Approaches for Diagnosis of Chagas Disease and Genotyping of Trypanosoma cruzi. in: Molecular Microbiology: Diagnostic Principles and Practice. Edited by David H. Persing et al., ASM Press, Washington, DC

 

21- Tibayrenc, M. 2016. Human population variability and its adaptive significance  In " On Human Nature: Biology, Psychology, Ethics, Politics, and Religion " (Michel Tibayrenc and Francisco Ayala, eds.), pp. 85-109, San Diego, Elsevier/Academic Press.

 

22- Tibayrenc, M. 2016. Human intergroup variation and disease genetics In " On Human Nature: Biology, Psychology, Ethics, Politics, and Religion " (Michel Tibayrenc and Francisco Ayala, eds.), pp. 161-175, San Diego, Elsevier/Academic Press.

 

23- Tibayrenc, M. 2016. The race/ethnic debate: an outsider’s view. In " On Human Nature: Biology, Psychology, Ethics, Politics, and Religion " (Michel Tibayrenc and Francisco Ayala, eds.), pp. 633-649, San Diego, Elsevier/Academic Press.

 

24- Tibayrenc, M. & Ayala, F.J. 2017. Trypanosoma cruzi and the model of predominant clonal evolution. In: American trypanosomiasis: Chagas disease. One hundred years of research. Elsevier/Academic Press. Telleria, J. and Tibayrenc, M. eds. 2nd edition.

 

25- Tibayrenc, M. & Shaw, M.A. 2017. Integrated genetic epidemiology of Chagas disease. In: Genetics and Evolution of Infectious Diseases. Elsevier/Academic press. Tibayrenc, M. ed. 2nd edition.

 

26- Tibayrenc, M. 2019. Clone is beautiful. In: Bermejo, D. (Ed.). Passion for Life – Pasión por la Vida. Madrid: Alianza Editorial. 


 

27- Tibayrenc, M. & Ayala, F.J. 2020. Introduction: Human nature: a hot spot for storytelling, fake news, and speculation. In ‘’what makes us humans‘’ (Michel Tibayrenc and Francisco Ayala, eds.) Nova Science publ.

 

28- Tibayrenc, M. & Ayala, F.J. 2020. Origins of mankind: human lineages and archaic adaptive introgression. In ‘’what makes us humans‘’ (Michel Tibayrenc and Francisco Ayala, eds.) Nova Science publ.

 

29- Tibayrenc, M. & Ayala, F.J. 2020. Human diversity: taxonomical and medical implications. In ‘’what makes us humans‘’ (Michel Tibayrenc and Francisco Ayala, eds.) Nova Science publ.

 

30- Tibayrenc, M. & Ayala, F.J. 2020. Darwinian medicine: reinventing the wheel? In ‘’what makes us humans‘’ (Michel Tibayrenc and Francisco Ayala, eds.) Nova Science publ.

 

31- Tibayrenc, M. & Ayala, F.J. 2020. Brain genes, cognition, psychiatry, and genetics. In ‘’what makes us humans‘’ (Michel Tibayrenc and Francisco Ayala, eds.) Nova Science publ.

 

32- Tibayrenc, M. & Ayala, F.J. 2020. Scientific and ethical views on discriminative thoughts: science and politics. In ‘’what makes us humans‘’ (Michel Tibayrenc and Francisco Ayala, eds.) Nova Science publ.

 

33- Tibayrenc, M. & Ayala, F.J. 2020. Science and Religion: Is the Dialogue Possible? In ‘’what makes us humans‘’ (Michel Tibayrenc and Francisco Ayala, eds.) Nova Science publ.

 

34- Tibayrenc, M. & Ayala, F.J. 2020. Non-Scientific Accounts: Creationism and Intelligent Design. In ‘’what makes us humans‘’ (Michel Tibayrenc and Francisco Ayala, eds.) Nova Science publ.

 

35- Tibayrenc, M. & Ayala, F.J. 2020. Conclusion: sorting out well-supported from (i) still speculative and (ii) misleading, erroneous knowledge. In ‘’what makes us humans‘’ (Michel Tibayrenc and Francisco Ayala, eds.) Nova Science publ.

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