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Hopkins HA, Raymann K. 2022. bioRxiv. doi:

Microbial ecology of sand fly breeding sites: aging and larval conditioning alter the bacterial community composition of rearing substrates

Romo Bechara N, Wasserberg G,  Raymann K. 2022. Parasites & Vectors. in press

High royal jelly production does not impact the gut microbiome of honey bees

Damico ME, Rueppell O, Shaffer Z, Han B, Raymann K. 2021. Animal Microbiome. 3:1–11

Larval conditioning and aging of sand fly rearing medium affect oviposition site selection in Phlebotomus papatasi sand flies

Faw LR, Raymann K, Romo Bechara N, Wasserberg G. 2021. Journal of Medical Entomology 58:1931–1935

Strain structure and dynamics revealed by targeted deep-sequencing of the honeybee gut microbiome

Bobay LM, Wissel EF, Raymann K. 2020. mSphere. 5 (4)

CoreCruncher: fast and robust construction of core genomes in large prokaryotic datasets

Harris CD, Torrence EL, Raymann K, Bobay LM. 2020. Molecular Biology & Evolution. msaa224.

Pharmacological physiology, microbiota, and antimicrobial resistance

Raymann K. 2020. In Honey Bee Medicine for the Veterinary Practitioner. Wiley Press 125-134

Population genetics of host-associated microbiomes

Bobay LM & Raymann K. 2019. Current Molecular Biology Reports. 5:128–139

Glyphosate perturbs the gut microbiota of honey bees

Motta EVS, Raymann K, Moran NA. 2018. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA.115:10305-10310

Pathogenicity of Serratia marcescens strains in honey bees

K Raymann, K Coon, Z Shaffer, S Salisbury, NA Moran. 2018. mBio9:e01649-18

Imidacloprid decreases honey bee survival but does not affect the gut microbiome

K Raymann*, EVS Motta*, C Girard*, IM Riddington, JA Dinser, NA Moran. 2018. Applied Environmental Microbiology AEM 00545-18

The role of the gut microbiome in health and disease of adult honey bee workers

K Raymann, NA Moran. 2018. Current Opinion in Insect Science 26, 97-104

Antibiotics reduce genetic diversity of core species in the honeybee gut microbiome

K Raymann*, LM Bobay*, NA Moran. 2017. Molecular Ecology doi: 10.1111/mec.14434

Antibiotic exposure perturbs the gut microbiota and elevates mortality in honeybees

K Raymann, Z Shaffer, NA Moran. 2017. PLoS Biology 15 (3), e2001861

Unexplored archaeal diversity in the great ape gut microbiome

K Raymann, AH Moeller, AL Goodman, H Ochman. 2017. mSphere 2 (1), e00026-17

The two-domain tree of life is linked to a new root for the Archaea

K Raymann, C Brochier-Armanet, S Gribaldo. 2015. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 112 (21), 6670-6675

AJ Probst, T Weinmaier, K Raymann, A Perras, JB Emerson, T Rattei, G Wanner, A Klingl, IA Berg, M Yoshinaga, B Viehweger, KU Hinrichs, BC Thomas, S Meck, AK Auerbach, M Heise, A Schintlmeister, M Schmid, M Wagner, S Gribaldo, JF Banfield, C Moissl-Eichinger. 2014. Nature communications 5

Comparative genomics highlights the unique biology of Methanomassiliicoccales, a Thermoplasmatales-related seventh order of methanogenic archaea that encodes pyrrolysine

G Borrel, N Parisot, HMB Harris, E Peyretaillade, N Gaci, W Tottey, O Bardot, K Raymann, S Gribaldo, P Peyret, PW O’Toole, JF Brugère. 2014. BMC genomics 15 (1), 679

DNA topoisomerase VIII: a novel subfamily of type IIB topoisomerases encoded by free or integrated plasmids in Archaea and Bacteria

D Gadelle, M Krupovic, K Raymann, C Mayer, P Forterre. 2014. Nucleic acids research 42 (13), 8578-8591

Plasmids from Euryarchaeota

P Forterre, M Krupovic, K Raymann, N Soler. 2014. Plasmids: Biology and Impact in Biotechnology and Discovery 2, PLAS-0027-2014. doi:10.1128/microbiolspe

Global phylogenomic analysis disentangles the complex evolutionary history of DNA replication in archaea

K Raymann, P Forterre, C Brochier-Armanet, S Gribaldo. 2013. Genome biology and evolution 6 (1), 192-212

A genomic survey of reb homologs suggests widespread occurrence of R-bodies in proteobacteria

K Raymann, LM Bobay, TG Doak, M Lynch, S Gribaldo. 2013. G3: Genes| Genomes| Genetics 3 (3), 505-516

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