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Thomas, F, Roche, B. and Ujvari B. 2016. Intrinsic versus extrinsic cancer risks: the debate continues. Trends in Cancer, 2: 68-69.
Jacqueline, C., Bourfia, Y., Hbid, H., Sorci, G., Thomas, F. and Roche, B. Interactions between immune challenges and cancer cells proliferation: timing does matter! Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health Advance Access published August 17, 2016.
Jacqueline, C., Biro, P., Beckmann, C., Moller, A.P., Renaud, F., Sorci, G. Tasiemski, A., Ujvari, B. and Thomas, F. Cancer: a disease at the crossroads of trade-offs. Invited Review. Evolutionary Applications.
Tissot, T., Arnal, A., Jacqueline, C., Poulin, R., Lefevre, T., Mery, F., Renaud, F., Roche, B., Massol, F., Salzet, M., Ewald, P., Tasiemski, A., Ujvari, B. and Thomas, F. 2016. Host manipulation by cancer cells: expectations, facts and therapeutic implications. BioEssays, 38: 276-285.
Roche, B., Thomas, F. 2016 Third international biannual Evolution and Cancer Conference (evolutionary trade-offs and clinical consequences) meeting report. San Francisco, CA, USA. 10-13 December 2015. Evolutionary Applications 9: 423-426.
Tissot, T., Ujvari, B., Solary, E., Lassus, E., Roche B. and Thomas, F. 2016. Do cell-autonomous and non-cell-autonomous effects drive the structure of tumor ecosystems? Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Reviews on Cancer. 1865: 147-154.
Ujvari, B., Beckmann, C., Biro, P.A., Arnal, A., Tasiemski, A., Massol, F., Salzet, M., Mery, F., Boidin-Wichlasz, C., Missé, D., Renaud, F., Vittecoq, M., Tissot, T., Roche, B., Poulin, R. and Thomas, F. 2016. Cancer and life-history traits: lessons from host-parasite interactions. Parasitology, 143: 533-541.
Ujvari, B., Gatenby, R. and Thomas F. 2016. The evolutionary ecology of transmissible cancers. Infection Genetics and Evolution 39: 293-303.
Ujvari, B., Gatenby, G.A. and Thomas, F. 2016.Transmissible cancers, are they more common than thought? Evolutionary Applications 9: 633–634.
Arnal, A., Tissot, T., Ujvari, B., Nunney, L., Solary, E., Laplane, L., Bonhomme, F., Vittecoq, M., Tasiemski, A., Renaud, F., Pujol, P. Roche, B. & Thomas , F. 2015. The guardians of inherited oncogenic vulnerabilities. Evolution. 70-1: 1–6.
Arnal, A., Ujvari, B., Crespi, B., Gatenby, R.A., Tissot, T., Vittecoq, M., Ewald, P., Casali, A., Ducasse, H., Jacqueline, C., Missé, D., Renaud, F., Roche, B. & Thomas, F. 2015. Evolutionary perspective of cancer: myth, metaphors and reality. Evolutionary Applications, 8: 541–544.
Ducasse, H., Ujvari, B., Solary, E., Vittecoq, M., Arnal, A., Bernex, F., Pirot, N., Missé, D., Bonhomme, F., Renaud, F., Thomas, F. and Benjamin Roche. 2015. Can Peto’s paradox be used as the null hypothesis to identify the role of evolution in 4 natural resistance to cancer? A critical review. BMC Cancer. 15:792 DOI: 10.1186/s12885-015-1782-z.
Ducasse, H.*, Arnal, A.*, Vittecoq, M., Daoust, S., Ujvari, B., Jacqueline, C., Ewald, P., Gatenby, R.A., King, K., Bonhomme, F., Brodeur, J., Renaud, F., Solary, E., Roche, B. & Thomas, F. 2014. Cancer: an emergent property of disturbed resource rich environments? Ecology meets personalized medicine. Evolutionary Applications, Accepted.
Roche, B., Ujvari, B. & Thomas, F. 2015. Bad luck and cancer: Does evolution spin the wheel of fortune? BioEssays 37: 1-2.
Vittecoq, M., Ducasse, H., Arnal, A., Moller, A.P., Ujvari, B., Missé, D., Bernex, F., Pirot, N., Lemberger, K., Abadie, J., Labrut, S., Bonhomme, F., Renaud, F., Roche, B. & Thomas, F. 2015. Animal Behaviour and Cancer. Animal Behaviour. 101 19-26. Télécharger le pdf.
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