Mark A. Hanson
Mark A. Hanson
University of Exeter, Cornwall, UK ; formerly EPFL, Lausanne, CH
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Synergy and remarkable specificity of antimicrobial peptides in vivo using a systematic knockout approach
MA Hanson, A Dostálová, C Ceroni, M Poidevin, S Kondo, B Lemaitre
Elife 8, e44341, 2019
New insights on Drosophila antimicrobial peptide function in host defense and beyond
MA Hanson, B Lemaitre
Current Opinion in Immunology 62 (Feb 2020), 22-30, 2020
More than black or white: melanization and toll share regulatory serine proteases in Drosophila
JP Dudzic, MA Hanson, I Iatsenko, S Kondo, B Lemaitre
Cell reports 27 (4), 1050-1061. e3, 2019
Drosophila antimicrobial peptides and lysozymes regulate gut microbiota composition and abundance
A Marra, MA Hanson, S Kondo, B Erkosar, B Lemaitre
mBio 12, e00824-21, 2021
Dynamic evolution of antimicrobial peptides underscores trade-offs between immunity and ecological fitness
MA Hanson, B Lemaitre, RL Unckless
Frontiers in Immunology 10, 2620, 2019
The Drosophila Baramicin polypeptide gene protects against fungal infection
MA Hanson, LB Cohen, A Marra, I Iatsenko, SA Wasserman, B Lemaitre
PLoS Pathogens 17 (8), e1009846, 2021
Immune genes and divergent antimicrobial peptides in flies of the subgenus Drosophila
MA Hanson, PT Hamilton, SJ Perlman
BMC Evolutionary Biology 16 (228), 2016
Cecropins contribute to Drosophila host defense against a subset of fungal and Gram-negative bacterial infections
AL Carboni, MA Hanson, SA Lindsay, SA Wasserman, B Lemaitre
Genetics 220 (1), iyab188, 2022
The strain on scientific publishing
MA Hanson, PG Barreiro, P Crosetto, D Brockington
arXiv preprint arXiv:2309.15884, 2023
Ecology-relevant bacteria drive the evolution of host antimicrobial peptides in Drosophila
MA Hanson, L Grollmus, B Lemaitre
Science 381 (6655), eadg5725, 2023
Antimicrobial peptides do not directly contribute to aging in Drosophila, but improve lifespan by preventing dysbiosis
MA Hanson, B Lemaitre
Disease Models & Mechanisms, dmm. 049965, 2023
Drosophila immunity: The Drosocin gene encodes two host defence peptides with pathogen-specific roles
MA Hanson, S Kondo, B Lemaitre
Proceedings of the Royal Society B, doi: 10.1098/rspb.2022.0773, 2022
X chromosome drive in a widespread Palearctic woodland fly, Drosophila testacea
GL Keais, MA Hanson, BE Gowen, SJ Perlman
Journal of evolutionary biology 30 (6), 1185-1194, 2017
Repeated truncation of a modular antimicrobial peptide gene for neural context
MA Hanson, B Lemaitre
PLoS genetics 18 (6), e1010259, 2022
When the microbiome shapes the host: immune evolution implications for infectious disease
MA Hanson
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 379 (1901), 20230061, 2024
Varying phylogenetic signal to four bacterial pathogens across species of Drosophilidae
H Sun, MA Hanson, S Walsh, R Imrie, B Raymond, B Longdon
bioRxiv, 2024.04. 19.590331, 2024
Sculpting the microbiome
MA Hanson, HE Westlake, CS Schrankel
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 379 (1901), 20230057, 2024
Response to: “Bad bibliometrics don’t add up for research or why research publishing policy needs sound science”
MA Hanson, P Gomez-Barreiro, P Crosetto, D Brockington …, 2024
A systematic CRISPR approach to understanding the role of Drosophila antimicrobial peptides in immunity in vivo
MA Hanson
EPFL, 2022
Genetic description of Manania handi and Manania gwilliami
MA Hanson, HE Westlake, LR Page
bioRxiv,, 2019
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