Antón Vizcaíno

Antón Vizcaíno
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Feather mites are among the most common and diverse ectosymbionts of birds, yet basic questions such as the nature of their relationship remain largely unanswered. One reason for feather mites being understudied is that their morphological identification is often virtually impossible when using female or young individuals. Even for adult male speci...
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We assembled and annotated the complete mitochondrial genome of Trouessartia rubecula, the first feather mite complete mitochondrial genome from the largest feather mite superfamily Analgoidea (ca. 1150 spp). The mitogenome was composed of 13 protein, 17 tRNA, and 2 rRNA-coding genes and was 14,125 bp in length.
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Enchytraeus polatdemiri sp. nov. (Enchytaeidae, Oligochaeta) was discovered in the framework of a sampling campaign of the benthic invertebrate fauna of the hyperalkaline Lake Van in Eastern Anatolia, Turkey, the third-largest closed lake and the largest soda lake on Earth. It was the only oligochaete species found in all samples. DNA sequencing in...
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High-throughput DNA barcoding has become essential in ecology and evolution but some technical questions still remain. Increasing the number of PCR cycles above routine 20-30 cycles is a common practice when working with old-type specimens, with little amounts of DNA, or when facing annealing issues with the primers. However, increasing the number...
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Protists, the most diverse eukaryotes, are largely considered to be free-living bacterivores, but vast numbers of taxa are known to parasitize plants or animals. High-throughput sequencing (HTS) approaches now commonly replace cultivation-based approaches in studying soil protists, but insights into common biases associated to this method are limit...

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Studies on the diversification history, evolutionary ecology and tools for the study of these symbionts.