2018

  • Russell T., Madsen, T., Thomas, F., Raven, N., Hamede, R., Ujvari, B. 2018. Oncogenesis as a Selective Force: Adaptive Evolution in the Face of a Transmissible Cancer. BioEssays. Mar;40(3). doi: 10.1002/bies.201700146. Epub 2018 Feb 15
  • Thomas, F., Vavre, F., Tissot, T., Vittecoq, M., Giraudeau, M., Bernex, F., Misse, D., Renaud, F. Raven, N., Beckmann, C., Hamede, R., Biro, P., Ujvari, B. 2018. Cancer is not (only) a senescence problem. Trends in Cancer. Mar;4(3):169-172. doi: 10.1016/j.trecan.2018.01.002. PMID: 29506667
  • Vittecoq, M., Giraudeau, M. Sepp, T., Marcogliese, D., Klaassen, M., Ujvari, B. and Thomas, F. 2018. Turning natural adaptations to oncogenic factors into an ally in the war against cancer. Evolutionary Applications. doi: 10.1111/eva.12608
  • Biro, P., Garland, T.., Beckmann, C., Ujvari, B., Thomas, F., Post, J. 2018. Metabolic scope as a proximate constraint on individual behavioural variation: effects on ‘personality’, plasticity,and predictability. American Naturalist. In press.
  • Roche, B., Ujvari, B., Thomas, F. 2018. Fourth international biannual Evolution and Cancer conference (Resistance, resilience and robustness: can we target cancer’s evolutionary and ecological nature?) Meeting report. Tempe, AZ, USA. December 7th -10th 2017. Evolutionary Applications. https://doi.org/10.1111/eva.12616
  • Thomas, F., Kareva, I., Raven, N., Hamede, R., Pujol, P., Roche, B. , Ujvari, B. 2018. Evolved dependence to cancer. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. Apr;33(4):269-276. doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2018.01.012.
  • Russell, T., Lisovski, S., Olsson, M., Brown, G., Spindler, R., Lane, A., Keeley, T., Hibbard, C., Hogg, C., Thomas, F., Belov, K., Ujvari, B., Madsen, T. 2018. MHC diversity and female age underpin reproductive success in an Australian icon; the Tasmanian Devil. Scientific Reports (18). 8: 4175
  • Ujvari, B., Klaassen, M., Raven, N., Russell, T., Vittecoq, M., Hamede, R., Thomas, F., Madsen, T. Genetic diversity, inbreeding and cancer. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. Mar 28;285(1875). pii: 20172589. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2017.2589. Review. PMID: 29563261
  • Giraudeau M., Tuul, S., Ujvari, B., Ewald, P.W., Thomas F. Human activities might influence oncogenic processes in wild animal populations. Nature Ecology and Evolution. In press.
  • Jacqueline, C., Bonnefoy N., Charrière, G.M., Thomas, F., Roche B. Personal history of infections and immunotherapy: unexpected links and possible therapeutic opportunities. OncoImmunology. In press.
  • Jacqueline, C., Abbate, J.L., Sorci, G., Guégan J.F.,  Thomas, F., Roche B. 2018. The macroecology of cancer incidences in humans is associated with large-scale assemblages of endemic infections. Infections genetics and Evolution. In press.

2017

  • Thomas, F., Jacqueline, C. , Tissot, T., Henard, M., Blanchet, S., Loot, G., Dawson, E., Mery, F., Renaud, F., Montagne, J., Beckmann, C., Biro, P.A., Hamede, R. and Ujvari B. 2017. Malignant cells, an underappreciated component of animal evolutionary ecology. Nature Ecology and Evolution. 1: 1592-1595.
  • Jacqueline C., Brazier L., Faugère D., Renaud F., Thomas F. and Roche B. Can intestinal microbiota be associated with non-intestinalcancers? Scientific Reports Scientific Reports 7(1)DOI 10.1038/s41598-017-11644-9.
  • Tissot, T., Thomas, F. and Roche, B. Non-cell-autonomous effects yield lower clonal diversity inexpanding tumors. Scientific Reports. (7):11157 DOI 10.1038/s41598-017-11562-w.
  • Thomas, F., Ujvari, B. Renaud, F. and Vincent, M. 2017. Cancer adaptations: atavism, denovo selection and something in between ? Bioessays Aug;39(8). doi: 10.1002/bies.201700039.
  • Thomas, F., Ujvari, B. and Roche, B. 2017. Cancer etiology: the evolutionary ecology of organs may help to understand the frequency distribution of E and R mutations. Science Mag. March 27, http://science.sciencemag.org/content/355/6331/1330/tab-e-letters
  • Thomas, F., Rome, S., Mery, F., Dawson, E., Montagne, J., Biro, P., Beckmann, C., Renaud, F., Poulin, R., Raymond, M. and Ujvari, B. 2017. Changes in diet associated with cancer: an evolutionary perspective. Evolutionary Applications doi:10.1111/eva.12465
  • Jacqueline, C., Tasiemski, A., Sorci, G., Ujvari, B., Maachi, F, Missé, D., Renaud, F., Ewald, P., Thomas, F. and Roche, B. 2017. Infections and cancer: the “fifty shades of immunity” hypothesis. BMC cancer 17(1): 257.
  • Ujvari, B., Roche, B. and Thomas, F. 2017. Ecology and Evolution of Cancer. Elsevier.
  • Thomas, F., Ujvari, B., Gidouin, C., Tasiemski, Ewald, P.W. and Roche, B. 2017. Toward an ultimate explanation of intratumor heterogeneity. In “Ecology and Evolution of Cancer”, edited by Ujvari, B., Roche, B. and Thomas, F. Elsevier. Pp. 219-222.
  • Madsen, T., Arnal, A., Vittecoq, M., Bernex, F., Abadie, J., Labrut, S., Garcia, D., Faugere, D., Lemberger, K., Beckman, C., Roche, B., Thomas, F. and Ujvari, B. 2017. Cancer prevalence and etiology in wild and captive animals. In “Ecology and Evolution of Cancer”, edited by Ujvari, B., Roche, B. and Thomas, F. Elsevier. pp. 10-43.
  • Ujvari, B., Gatenby R.A and Thomas F. 2017. Transmissible cancer, the evolution of inter-individual metastasis. In “Ecology and Evolution of Cancer”, edited by Ujvari, B., Roche, B. and Thomas, F. Elsevier. Pp 166-175.
  • Roche, B., Moller, A.P., de Gregori, J. And Thomas, F. 2017. Cancer in animals: reciprocal feedbacks between evolution of cancer resistance and ecosystem functioning. In “Ecology and Evolution of Cancer”, edited by Ujvari, B., Roche, B. and Thomas, F. Elsevier. 180-188.
  • Arnal, A., Jacqueline, C., Ujavri, B., Leger, L., Moreno, C., Faugère, D., Tasiemski, A., Boidin-Wichlacz, C., Misse, D., Renaud, F., Montagne, J., Casali, A., Roche, B., Mery, F. and Thomas, F. 2017. Cancer brings forward oviposition in the fly Drosophila melanogaster. Ecology and Evolution 7(1): 272–276.
  • Jacqueline, C., Biro, P., Beckmann, C., Moller, A.P., Renaud, F., Sorci, G. Tasiemski, A., Ujvari, B. and Thomas, F. 2017. Cancer: a disease at the crossroads of trade-offs. Invited Review. Evolutionary Applications 10(3): 215–225.