Helen Esser
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Ticks (Ixodida) on humans from central Panama, Panama (2010–2011)
SE Bermúdez, A Castro, H Esser, Y Liefting, G García, RJ Miranda
Experimental and Applied Acarology 58 (1), 81-88, 2012
512012
Host specificity in a diverse Neotropical tick community: an assessment using quantitative network analysis and host phylogeny
HJ Esser, EA Herre, N Blüthgen, JR Loaiza, SE Bermúdez, PA Jansen
Parasites & Vectors 9 (372), 2016
442016
An assessment of the terrestrial mammal communities in forests of Central Panama, using camera-trap surveys
NFV Meyer, HJ Esser, R Moreno, F van Langevelde, Y Liefting, DR Oller, ...
Journal for Nature Conservation 26, 28-35, 2015
442015
Risk factors associated with sustained circulation of six zoonotic arboviruses: a systematic review for selection of surveillance sites in non-endemic areas
HJ Esser, R Mögling, NB Cleton, H Van Der Jeugd, H Sprong, A Stroo, ...
Parasites & vectors 12 (1), 1-17, 2019
382019
Host body size and the diversity of tick assemblages on Neotropical vertebrates
HJ Esser, JE Foley, F Bongers, EA Herre, MJ Miller, HHT Prins, ...
International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 5 (3), 295-304, 2016
362016
Molecular ecological insights into Neotropical bird–tick interactions
MJ Miller, HJ Esser, JR Loaiza, EA Herre, C Aguilar, D Quintero, ...
PLoS One 11 (5), e0155989, 2016
232016
Local host-tick coextinction in neotropical forest fragments
HJ Esser, EA Herre, R Kays, Y Liefting, PA Jansen
International journal for parasitology 49 (3-4), 225-233, 2019
142019
First report of phoresy by an oribatid mite (Trhypochthoniidae: Archegozetes magnus) on a frog (Leptodactylidae: Engystomops pustulosus)
LE Beaty, HJ Esser, R Miranda, RA Norton
International Journal of Acarology 39 (4), 325-326, 2013
142013
Wild carnivores (Mammalia) as hosts for ticks (Ixodida) in Panama
SE Bermúdez, HJ Esser, R Miranda, RS Moreno
Systematic and Applied Acarology 20 (1), 13-19, 2015
13*2015
Swimming in the northern tamandua (Tamandua mexicana) in Panama
H Esser, D Brown, Y Liefting
Edentata 11 (1), 70-72, 2010
102010
Effectiveness of Panama as an intercontinental land bridge for large mammals
NFV Meyer, R Moreno, C Sutherland, JA de la Torre, HJ Esser, CA Jordan, ...
Conservation Biology 34 (1), 207-219, 2020
82020
A record of Striped Hog-nosed Skunk Conepatus semistriatus in central Panama, between two known sub-ranges
HJ Esser, Y Liefting, R Kays, PA Jansen
Small Carnivore Conservation, 2012
72012
Circulation of Babesia Species and their exposure to humans through Ixodes Ricinus
T Azagi, RI Jaarsma, A Docters van Leeuwen, M Fonville, M Maas, ...
Pathogens 10 (4), 386, 2021
42021
Tick microbiomes in Neotropical forest fragments are best explained by tick-associated and environmental factors rather than host blood source
JG Kueneman, HJ Esser, SJ Weiss, PA Jansen, JE Foley
Applied and environmental microbiology 87 (7), e02668-20, 2021
42021
Proteomic fingerprinting of Neotropical hard tick species (Acari: Ixodidae) using a self-curated mass spectra reference library
RA Gittens, A Almanza, KL Bennett, LC Mejía, JE Sanchez-Galan, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 14 (10), e0008849, 2020
32020
Spatial risk analysis for the introduction and circulation of six arboviruses in the Netherlands
HJ Esser, Y Liefting, A Ibáñez-Justicia, H van der Jeugd, ...
Parasites & vectors 13 (1), 1-20, 2020
22020
The Link Between Biodiversity Loss and the Increasing Spread of Zoonotic Diseases
F van Langevelde, HRR Mondoza, KD Matson, HJ Esser, WF de Boer, ...
European Parliament, 2020
22020
Comment on Titcomb et al.'s ‘Interacting effects of wildlife loss and climate on ticks and tick-borne disease'
HJ Esser, NA Hartemink, WF de Boer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1878), 20180037, 2018
22018
Molecular insights into Neotropical bird-tick ecological associations and the role of birds in tick-borne disease ecology
MJ Miller, HJ Esser, JR Loaiza, EA Herre, C Aguilar, D Quintero, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1411.6686, 2014
12014
Correction for Kueneman et al.,“Tick Microbiomes in Neotropical Forest Fragments Are Best Explained by Tick-Associated and Environmental Factors Rather than Host Blood Source”
JG Kueneman, HJ Esser, SJ Weiss, PA Jansen, JE Foley
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 87 (13), e00777-21, 2021
2021
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