22) Peel A. J., Baker K. S., Hayman D. T. S., Broder C. C., Cunningham A. A., Fooks A. R., Garnier R., Wood J. L. N. & Restif O. (2018) "Support for viral persistence in bats from age-specific serology and models of maternal immunity". Scientific Reports. 8:3859. (doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-22236-6). PDF

21) Bourret V., Gamble A., Tornos J., Jaeger A., Delord K., Barbraud C., Tortosa P., Kada S., Thiebot J.-B., Thibault E., Gantelet H., Weimerskirch H., Garnier R. & Boulinier T. (2018) "Vaccination protects endangered albatross chicks against avian cholera". Conservation Letters. 11:e12443 (doi: 10.1111/conl.12443). PDF

20) Glennon E. E., Restif O., Riesle Sbarbaro S., Garnier R., Cunningham A. A., Suu-Ire R. D., Osei-Amponsah R., Wood J. L. N. & Peel A. J. (2018) "Domesticated animals as hosts of henipaviruses and filoviruses: A systematic review". The Veterinary Journal. 233:25-34 (doi: 10.1016/j.tvjl.2017.12.024). PDF

19) A. D. Hayward, Garnier R., Childs D. Z., Grenfell B. T., Watt K. A., Pilkington J. G., Pemberton J. M. & Graham A. L. (in press) "From population to individual host scale and back again: testing theories of infection and defence in the Soay sheep of St. Kilda". In: Wildlife Disease Ecology: Linking Theory to Data and Application. Wilson K., Fenton A. & Tompkins D., Eds. Cambridge University Press.

18) Budischack S., Hansen C. B., Caudron Q., Garnier R., Kartzinel T. R., Pelczer I., Cressler C., van Leeuwen A. & Graham A. L. (2018) "Feeding immunity: physiological and behavioral responses to infection and resource limitation". Frontiers in Immunology. 8:1914 (doi: 10.3389/fimmu.2017.01914). PDF

17) Garnier R., Bento A. I., Hansen C., Pilkington J. G., Pemberton J. P. & Graham A. L. (2017) "Physiological proteins in resource-limited herbivores experiencing a die-off".The Science of Nature (Naturwissenschaften). 104:68. (doi: 10.1007/s00114-017-1490-4). PDF

16) Caudron Q.*, Garnier R.*^, Pilkington J. G., Watt K. A., Hansen C., Grenfell B. T., Aboellail T. & Graham A. L. (2017) "Robust extraction of quantitative structural information from high-variance histological images of livers from necropsied Soay sheep". Royal Society Open Science. 4:170111. (doi: 10.1098/rsos.170111) (* = equal contribution; ^ = corresponding author). PDF

15) Garnier R., Ramos R., Sanz-Aguilar A., Poisbleau M., Weimerskirch H., Burthe S., Tornos J. & Boulinier T. (2017) "Interpreting ELISA analyses from wild animal samples: some recurrent issues and solutions". Functional Ecology. 31:2255-2262. (doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12942). PDF

14) Garnier R., Cheung C. K., Watt K. A., Pilkington J. G., Pemberton, J. M. & Graham A. L. (2017) "Joint associations of blood plasma proteins with overwinter survival of a large mammal" Ecology Letters. 20:175-183 (doi: 0.1111/ele.12719). PDF

13) Pigeault R., Garnier R., Rivero A. & Gandon S. (2016) "Evolution of transgenerational immunity in invertebrates" Proceedings of the Royal Society B - Biological Sciences.283:20161136 (doi: PDF

12) Boulinier T., Kada S., Ponchon A., Dupraz M., Dietrich M., Gamble A., Bourret V., Duriez O., Bazire R., Tornos J., Tveraa T., Chambert T., Garnier R. & McCoy K. (2016) "Migration, prospecting, dispersal? What host movement matters for infections agent circulation?". Integrative and Comparative Biology. 56:330-342 (doi:10.1093/icb/icw015). PDF

11) Garnier R., Grenfell B. T., Nisbet A. J., Matthews J. B. & Graham A. L. (2016) "Integrating immune mechanisms to model nematode worm burden: an example in sheep".Parasitology. 143:894-904 (doi: 10.1017/S0031182015000992). PDF

10) Ponchon A., Garnier R., Gremillet D. & Boulinier T. (2015) "Predicting population responses to environmental change: the importance of considering informed dispersal strategies in spatially structured population models". Diversity and Distributions. 21:88-100 (doi: 10.1111/ddi.12273). PDF

9) Ramos R., Garnier R., Gonzales-Solis J. & Boulinier T. (2014) "Long antibody persistence and transgenerational transfer of immunity in a long-lived vertebrate". American Naturalist. 184:764-776 (doi: 10.1086/678400). PDF

8) Hayward A.D., Garnier R., Watt K. A., Pilkington J.G., Grenfell B.T., Matthews J.B., Pemberton J.M., Nussey D.H. & Graham A.L. (2014) "Heritable, heterogeneous and costly resistance of sheep against nematodes and potential feedbacks to epidemiological dynamics". American Naturalist. 184:S58-S76 (doi: 10.1086/676929). PDF

7) Garnier R. & Graham A. L. (2014) "Insights from parasite-specific serological tools in eco-immunology". Integrative and Comparative Biology. 54:363-376 (doi: 10.10193/icb/icu022). PDF

6) Arnal A., Gomez-Diaz E., Cerda-Cuella M., Lecollinet S., Pearce-Duvet J., Busquets N., Garcia-Bocanegra I., Pages N., Vittecoq M., Hammouda A., Garnier R., Ramos R., Selmi S., Gonzalez-Solis J., Jourdain E. & Boulinier T. (2014) "Circulation of a Meaban-like virus in yellow-legged gulls and seabird ticks in the western Mediterranean basin".PLoS ONE. 9:e89601 (doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0089601). PDF

5) Garnier R., Gandon S., Harding K. H. & Boulinier T. (2014) "Length of intervals between epidemics: evaluating the influence of maternal transfer of immunity". Ecology and Evolution. 4:568-575. (doi: 10.1002/ece3.955). PDF

4) Garnier R., Boulinier T. & Gandon S. (2013) "Evolution of the temporal persistence of immune protection". Biology Letters. 9:20130017 (doi: 10.1098/rsbl.2013.0017). PDF

3) Garnier R., Gandon S., Chaval Y., Charbonnel N. & Boulinier T. (2013) “Evidence of cross-transfer of maternal antibodies through allosuckling in a mammal: potential importance for behavioral ecology”. Mammalian Biology. 78:361-364 (doi: 10.1016/j.mambio.2012.11.004) . PDF

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2) Garnier R., Boulinier T. & Gandon S. (2012) “Coevolution between maternal transfer of immunity and other resistance strategies against pathogens”. Evolution. 66:3067-3078 (doi: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2012.01665.x). PDF

1) Garnier R., Ramos R., Staszewski V., Militão T., Lobato E., Gonzalez-Solis J. & Boulinier T. (2012) “Maternal antibody persistence: a neglected life history trait with implications from albatross conservation to comparative immunology”. Proceedings of the Royal Society B - Biological Sciences. 279: 2033-2041. (doi: 10.1098/rspb.2011.2277). PDF