François Blanquart
François Blanquart
CNRS Paris
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A practical guide to measuring local adaptation
F Blanquart, O Kaltz, SL Nuismer, S Gandon
Ecology letters 16 (9), 1195-1205, 2013
3772013
The effects of migration and drift on local adaptation to a heterogeneous environment
F Blanquart, S Gandon, SL Nuismer
Journal of evolutionary biology 25 (7), 1351-1363, 2012
1222012
Evolution of antibiotic resistance is linked to any genetic mechanism affecting bacterial duration of carriage
S Lehtinen, F Blanquart, NJ Croucher, P Turner, M Lipsitch, C Fraser
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (5), 1075-1080, 2017
992017
What drives parallel evolution? How population size and mutational variation contribute to repeated evolution
SF Bailey, F Blanquart, T Bataillon, R Kassen
BioEssays 39 (1), 1-9, 2017
622017
Evolution of migration in a periodically changing environment
F Blanquart, S Gandon
The American Naturalist 177 (2), 188-201, 2011
542011
Properties of selected mutations and genotypic landscapes under Fisher's geometric model
F Blanquart, G Achaz, T Bataillon, O Tenaillon
Evolution 68 (12), 3537–3554, 2014
502014
A transmission-virulence evolutionary trade-off explains attenuation of HIV-1 in Uganda
F Blanquart, MK Grabowski, J Herbeck, F Nalugoda, D Serwadda, ...
Elife 5, e20492, 2016
452016
Time‐shift experiments and patterns of adaptation across time and space
F Blanquart, S Gandon
Ecology letters 16 (1), 31-38, 2013
412013
Easy and accurate reconstruction of whole HIV genomes from short-read sequence data with shiver
C Wymant, F Blanquart, T Golubchik, A Gall, M Bakker, D Bezemer, ...
Virus evolution 4 (1), vey007, 2018
38*2018
When do host–parasite interactions drive the evolution of non‐random mating?
SL Nuismer, SP Otto, F Blanquart
Ecology Letters 11 (9), 937-946, 2008
382008
Viral genetic variation accounts for a third of variability in HIV-1 set-point viral load in Europe
F Blanquart, C Wymant, M Cornelissen, A Gall, M Bakker, D Bezemer, ...
PLoS biology 15 (6), e2001855, 2017
372017
Evolutionary epidemiology models to predict the dynamics of antibiotic resistance
F Blanquart
Evolutionary applications 12 (3), 365-383, 2019
342019
On the evolutionary ecology of multidrug resistance in bacteria
S Lehtinen, F Blanquart, M Lipsitch, C Fraser, ...
PLoS pathogens 15 (5), e1007763, 2019
30*2019
The evolution of antibiotic resistance in a structured host population
F Blanquart, S Lehtinen, M Lipsitch, C Fraser
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 15 (143), 20180040, 2018
302018
An evolutionary model to predict the frequency of antibiotic resistance under seasonal antibiotic use, and an application to Streptococcus pneumoniae
F Blanquart, S Lehtinen, C Fraser
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1855), 20170679, 2017
262017
Epistasis and the structure of fitness landscapes: are experimental fitness landscapes compatible with Fisher’s geometric model?
F Blanquart, T Bataillon
Genetics 203 (2), 847-862, 2016
252016
On the evolution of migration in heterogeneous environments
F Blanquart, S Gandon
Evolution 68 (6), 1617-1628, 2014
232014
Large variations in HIV-1 viral load explained by shifting-mosaic metapopulation dynamics
KA Lythgoe, F Blanquart, L Pellis, C Fraser
PLoS biology 14 (10), e1002567, 2016
172016
Early assessment of diffusion and possible expansion of SARS-CoV-2 Lineage 20I/501Y. V1 (B. 1.1. 7, variant of concern 202012/01) in France, January to March 2021
A Gaymard, P Bosetti, A Feri, G Destras, V Enouf, A Andronico, S Burrel, ...
Eurosurveillance 26 (9), 2100133, 2021
122021
Success of prophylactic antiviral therapy for SARS-CoV-2: Predicted critical efficacies and impact of different drug-specific mechanisms of action
P Czuppon, F Débarre, A Gonçalves, O Tenaillon, AS Perelson, J Guedj, ...
PLoS computational biology 17 (3), e1008752, 2021
10*2021
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