Antonio Brun
Antonio Brun
Universidad Nacional de San Luis, CCT-San Luis IMIBIO; University of Wisconsin–Madison
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Gut microbial ecology of lizards: insights into diversity in the wild, effects of captivity, variation across gut regions, and transmission
SRB Kevin D. Kohl, Antonio Brun, Melisa Magallanes, Joshua Brinkerhoff ...
Molecular Ecology, 2016
Digestive adaptations of aerial lifestyles
ER Price, A Brun, E Caviedes-Vidal, WH Karasov
Physiology, 2015
Gut microbes limit growth in house sparrow nestlings (Passer domesticus) but not through limitations in digestive capacity
KD Kohl, A Brun, SR Bordenstein, E CAVIEDES‐VIDAL, WH Karasov
Integrative zoology 13 (2), 139-151, 2018
Physiological and microbial adjustments to diet quality permit facultative herbivory in an omnivorous lizard
KD Kohl, A Brun, M Magallanes, J Brinkerhoff, A Laspiur, JC Acosta, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 219 (12), 1903-1912, 2016
Age‐related changes in the gut microbiota of wild House Sparrow nestlings
KD Kohl, A Brun, E Caviedes‐Vidal, WH Karasov
Ibis, 2018
NMR-based identification of metabolites in polar and non-polar extracts of avian liver
F Fathi, A Brun, KH Rott, P Falco Cobra, M Tonelli, HR Eghbalnia, ...
Metabolites 7 (4), 61, 2017
High paracellular nutrient absorption in intact bats is associated with high paracellular permeability in perfused intestinal segments
A Brun, ER Price, MN Gontero-Fourcade, G Fernandez-Marinone, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (18), 3311-3317, 2014
Intestinal perfusion indicates high reliance on paracellular nutrient absorption in an insectivorous bat Tadarida brasiliensis
ER Price, A Brun, V Fasulo, WH Karasov, E Caviedes-Vidal
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2013
Morphological bases for intestinal paracellular absorption in bats and rodents
A Brun, G Fernandez Marinone, ER Price, LA Nell, BMV Simões, ...
Journal of morphology 280 (9), 1359-1369, 2019
A Comparison of mucosal surface area and villous histology in small intestines of the B razilian free‐tailed bat (T adarida brasiliensis) and the mouse (M us musculus)
ZQ Zhang, A Brun, ER Price, AP Cruz‐Neto, WH Karasov, ...
Journal of morphology 276 (1), 102-108, 2015
Duplications and functional convergence of intestinal carbohydrate-digesting enzymes
A Brun, D Mendez-Aranda, ME Magallanes, WH Karasov, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 37 (6), 1657-1666, 2020
Small intestinal epithelial permeability to water‐soluble nutrients higher in passerine birds than in rodents
C Garro, A Brun, WH Karasov, E Caviedes‐Vidal
Journal of animal physiology and animal nutrition 102 (6), 1766-1773, 2018
Intestinal water absorption varies with expected dietary water load among bats but does not drive paracellular nutrient absorption
ER Price, A Brun, M Gontero-Fourcade, G Fernández-Marinone, ...
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 88 (6), 680-684, 2015
A fast and accurate method to identify and quantify enzymes in brush-border membranes: In situ hydrolysis followed by nano LC-MS/MS
A Brun, ME Magallanes, C Martínez del Rio, GA Barrett-Wilt, WH Karasov, ...
Methods and protocols 3 (1), 15, 2020
Dietary adaptation to high starch involves increased relative abundance of sucrase-isomaltase and its mRNA in nestling house sparrows
A Brun, ME Magallanes, GA Barrett-Wilt, WH Karasov, E Caviedes-Vidal
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2021
Evolution of intestinal,-glucosidases in vertebrates: Genomic and proteomic data upend previous hypotheses
A Brun, D Mendez-Aranda, ME Magallanes, WH Karasov, ...
Aminopeptidase activity is related to the amino acids composition of the food in passerine birds
CA Garro, A Brun, EJR Caviedes Vidal
PeerJ, 2017
Rapid and parallel changes in activity and mRNA of intestinal peptidase to match altered dietary protein levels in juvenile house sparrows (Passer domesticus)
A Brun, ME Magallanes, WH Karasov, E Caviedes-Vidal
Journal of Experimental Biology 224 (3), jeb234708, 2021
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