• K. Löw, A.L. Ducrest, L. M. San-Jose, C. Simon, V. Uva, N.G. Seidah, A. Pasquato, S. Kunz, A. Roulin. 2020. Molecular evolution of the proopiomelanocortin system in barn owl species. PLoS One, 15: e0231163.
  • A.L. Ducrest, Neuenschwander, S., E. Schmid-Siegert, M. Pagni, C. Train, D. Dylus, A.W. Vesztrocy, L.M. San-Jose, M. Dupasquier, C. Dessimoz, I. Xenarios, A. Roulin, J. Goudet. 2020. High quality assembly of the European barn owl (Tyto alba alba) genome. Ecology and Evolution, 10: 2284-2298.
  • L. M. San‐Jose, A. Roulin, 2020. Reply to: Lunar illuminated fraction is a poor proxy for moonlight exposure. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 4: 320-321.
  • A. Gaigher, R. Burri, L. M. San‐Jose, A. Roulin, L. Fumagalli, 2019. Lack of statistical power as a major limitation in understanding MHC‐mediated immunocompetence in wild vertebrate populations. Molecular Ecology, 28: 5115-5132.
  • L. M. San-Jose, R. Séchaud, K. Schalcher, C. Judes, A. Questiaux, A. Oliveira-Xavier, C. Gémard, B. Almasi, P. Béziers, A. Kelber, A. Amar, A. Roulin, 2019. Differential fitness effects of moonlight on plumage colour morphs in barn owls. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 3: 1331-1340.
  • P. Béziers, L. M. San-Jose, B. Almasi, L. Jenni, A. Roulin, 2019. Baseline and stress-induced corticosterone levels are heritable and genetically correlated in a barn owl population. Heredity, 123: 337-348.
  • P. Béziers, L. M. San-Jose, B. Almasi, L. Jenni, A. Roulin, 2019. Expression of glucocorticoid and mineralocorticoid receptor genes co-varies with a stress-related colour signal in barn owls. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 283: 113224.
  • L. M. San-Jose, A. Roulin, 2018. Toward understanding the repeated occurrence of association between melanin-based coloration and multiple phenotypes. The American Naturalist, 192: 111-130.
  • L. Dib, L.M. San-Jose, A. L. Ducrest, N. Salamin, A. Roulin, 2017. Selection on the major color gene Melanocortin-1-receptor shaped the evolution of the melancortin system genes, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 18, 2618.
  • L. M. San-Jose, V. Ducret, A. L. Ducrest, C. Simon, A. Roulin, 2017. Beyond mean allelic effects: A locus at the major color gene MC1R associates also with differing levels of phenotypic and genetic (co)variance for coloration in barn owls. Evolution, 71: 2469-2483.
  • L. M. San-Jose, A. Roulin, 2017. Genomics of coloration in natural animal populations. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B, 372: 20160337.

In theme issue ‘Animal coloration: production, perception, function and application’.

  • L. M. San-Jose, A.-L. Ducrest, V. Ducret, C. Simon, H. Richter, K. Wakamatsu, A. Roulin, 2017. MC1R variants affect the expression of melanocortin and melanogenic genes and the association between melanocortin genes and coloration. Molecular Ecology, 26, 259-276.

In spetial issue ‘The Molecular Mechanisms of Adaptation and Speciation: Integrating Genomic and Molecular Approaches’.

  • L. M. San-Jose, K. Huyghe, J. Schuerch, P. S. Fitze, 2017. More melanized males bite stronger but run slower: potential performance trade-offs related to melanin-based coloration. The Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 122: 184-196.
  • M. Breedveld, L. M. San-Jose, C. Romero-Diaz, E. Roldan, P. S. Fitze, 2017. Mate availability affects the conflict between producing one or multiple annual clutches. Animal Behaviour, 123, 43-51.
  • L. M. San-Jose, M. Peñalver-Alcazar, K. Huyghe, Merel C. Breedveld, P. S. Fitze, 2016. Inter-class competition in stage-structured populations: Effects of adult density on life-history traits of adult and juvenile common lizards. Oecologia, 182: 1063-1074.
  • L. M. San-Jose, A.-L. Ducrest, V. Ducret, P. Béeziers, C. Simon, K. Wakamatsu, A. Roulin (2015). Effect of the MC1R gene on sexual dimorphism in melanin-based colorations. Molecular Ecology, 24, 2794-2808.
  • P. S. Fitze, V. Gonzaley-Jimena, L. M. San-Jose, B. Heulin, B. Sinervo (2014). Frequency-dependent sexual selection with predictions from rock-paper-scissors dynamics in the European common lizard. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 2, 77.
  • L. M. San-Jose, M. Peñalver, B. Milá, V. Gonzalez-Jimen, P. S. Fitze (2014). Cumulative frequency-dependent episodes allow for rapid morph cycles and rock-paper-scissors dynamics in species with overlapping generations. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences, 281: 1471-2954.
  • L. M. San-Jose, P. S. Fitze (2013). Corticosterone regulates multiple colour traits in Lacerta [Zootoca] vivipara. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 26: 2681-2690.
  • K. Huyghe, L. M. San-Jose, M. Peñalver, P. S. Fitze (2013). An ecomorphological analysis of the determinants of mating success. The Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 110: 658-664.
  • L. M. San-Jose, F. Granado-Lorencio, B. Sinervo & P. S. Fitze (2013). Iridophores and not carotenoids account for chromatic variation of carotenoid-based coloration in common lizards (Lacerta vivipara). The American Naturalist 181: 396-409.
  • P. S. Fitze, V. Gonzalez-Jimena, L. M. San-Jose, D. San Mauro, & R. Zardoya (2012). A new species of sand racer, Psammodromus (Squamata: Lacertidae) from the Western Iberian Peninsula. Zootaxa 3205: 41-52.
  • L. M. San-Jose, F. Granado-Lorencio & P. S. Fitze (2012). Dietary lipids reduce the expression of carotenoid-based coloration in Lacerta vivipara. Functional Ecology 26: 646-656.
  • L. M. San-Jose, F. Granado-Lorencio & P. S. Fitze. (2012). Vitamin E, vitamin A, and carotenoids in male common lizard tissues. Herpetologica 68: 88-99.
  • L. M. San-Jose, V. Gonzalez-Jimena, & P. S. Fitze (2012). Patterns of phenotypic variation reveal substancial differentiation in sexual dimorphism of three Iberian Psammodromus (Squamata: Lacertidae) species. Contributions to Zoology 81: 181-197.
  • P. S. Fitze, V. Gonzalez-Jimena, L. M. San-Jose, D. San Mauro, P. Aragon, T. Suarez, & R. Zardoya (2011). Integrative analyses of speciation and divergence in Psammodromus hispanicus (Squamata: Lacertidae). BMC Evolutionary Biology 11: 347.
  • P. S. Fitze, J. Cote, L. M. San-Jose, S. Meylan, C. Isaksson, S. Andersson, J.-M. Rossi, J. Clobert, 2009. Carotenoid-based colours reflect the stress response in the common lizard, PLoS One, 4, e5111.
  • L. M. San-Jose, V. Gonzalez-Jimena, P. S. Fitze, 2008. Frequency and phenotypic differences of melanistic and normally colored common lizards, Lacerta (Zootoca) vivipara of the Southern Pyrenees (Spain), Herpetological Review, 39, 422-425.