Xulio Maside

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InstitutionCentro de Investigacións en Medicina Molecular e Enfermidades Crónicas
Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
 
Postal addressAvenida de Barcelona s/n
Santiago de Compostela
Galiza
15782
Spain
 
Office phone34 881 815412
E-mailXulio.Maside@usc.es
Webhttp://webspersoais.usc.es/persoais/xulio.maside/
 
 
 
Research interestsPopulation genetics
 Parasitology
 Vespa velutina
 
Publications1. Figueras A, Robledo D, Corvelo A, Hermida M, Pereiro P, Rubiolo JA, et al. Whole Genome Sequencing of Turbot (Scophthalmus maximus; Pleuronectiformes): A Fish Adapted to Demersal Life. DNA research : an international journal for rapid publication of reports on genes and genomes. 2016.
2. Vera M, Bello X, Alvarez-Dios JA, Pardo BG, Sanchez L, Carlsson J, et al. Screening of repetitive motifs inside the genome of the flat oyster (Ostrea edulis): Transposable elements and short tandem repeats. Mar Genomics. 2015;24 Pt 3:335-41.
3. Palomeque T, Sanllorente O, Maside X, Vela J, Mora P, Torres MI, et al. Evolutionary history of the Azteca-like mariner transposons and their host ants. Die Naturwissenschaften. 2015;102(7-8):44.
4. Maside X, Gomez-Moracho T, Jara L, Martin-Hernandez R, De la Rua P, Higes M, et al. Population Genetics of Nosema apis and Nosema ceranae: One Host (Apis mellifera) and Two Different Histories. PLoS One. 2015;10(12):e0145609.
5. Gomez-Moracho T, Bartolome C, Martin-Hernandez R, Higes M, Maside X. Evidence for weak genetic recombination at the PTP2 locus of Nosema ceranae. Environ Microbiol. 2015;17(4):1300-9.
6. Gómez-Moracho T, Bartolomé C, Bello X, Martín-Hernández R, Higes M, Maside X. Recent worldwide expansion of Nosema ceranae (Microsporidia) in Apis mellifera populations inferred from multilocus patterns of genetic variation. Infection, Genetics and Evolution. 2015;31(0):87-94.
7. Cepero A, Martin-Hernandez R, Prieto L, Gomez-Moracho T, Martinez-Salvador A, Bartolome C, et al. Is Acarapis woodi a single species? A new PCR protocol to evaluate its prevalence. Parasitol Res. 2015;114(2):651-8.
8. Abal-Fabeiro JL, Maside X, Llovo J, Bartolome C. Aetiology and epidemiology of human cryptosporidiosis cases in Galicia (NW Spain), 2000-2008. Epidemiol Infect. 2015;143(14):3022-35.
9. Van der Zee R, Gomez-Moracho T, Pisa L, Sagastume S, Garcia-Palencia P, Maside X, et al. Virulence and polar tube protein genetic diversity of Nosema ceranae (Microsporidia) field isolates from Northern and Southern Europe in honeybees (Apis mellifera iberiensis). Environ Microbiol Rep. 2014;6(4):401-13.
10. Naveira H, Bello X, Abal-Fabeiro JL, Maside X. Evidence for the persistence of an active endogenous retrovirus (ERVE) in humans. Genetica. 2014;142(5):451-60.
11. Gomez-Moracho T, Maside X, Martin-Hernandez R, Higes M, Bartolome C. High levels of genetic diversity in Nosema ceranae within Apis mellifera colonies. Parasitology. 2014;141(4):475-81.
12. Cepero A, Ravoet J, Gomez-Moracho T, Bernal JL, Del Nozal MJ, Bartolome C, et al. Holistic screening of collapsing honey bee colonies in Spain: a case study. BMC research notes. 2014;7(1):649.
13. Abal-Fabeiro JL, Maside X, Llovo J, Bello X, Torres M, Trevino M, et al. High-throughput genotyping assay for the large-scale genetic characterization of Cryptosporidium parasites from human and bovine samples. Parasitology. 2014;141(4):491-500.
14. Marzo M, Bello X, Puig M, Maside X, Ruiz A. Striking structural dynamism and nucleotide sequence variation of the transposon Galileo in the genome of Drosophila mojavensis. Mobile DNA. 2013;4(1):6.
15. Abal-Fabeiro JL, Maside X, Bello X, Llovo J, Bartolomé C. Multilocus patterns of genetic variation across Cryptosporidium species suggest balancing selection at the gp60 locus. Mol Ecol. 2013;22(18):4723-32.
16. Lorite P, Maside X, Sanllorente O, Torres MI, Periquet G, Palomeque T. The ant genomes have been invaded by several types of mariner transposable elements. Die Naturwissenschaften. 2012;99(12):1007-20.
17. Bartolomé C, Maside X, Camphuysen K, Heubeck M, Bao R. Multilocus population analysis of Gavia immer (Aves: Gaviidae) mtDNA reveals low genetic diversity and lack of differentiation across the species breeding range. Organisms Diversity & Evolution. 2011(11):307-16.
18. Bartolomé C, Bello X, Maside X. Widespread evidence for horizontal transfer of transposable elements across Drosophila genomes. Genome Biol. 2009;10(2):R22.
19. Bachtrog D, Hom E, Wong KM, Maside X, de Jong P. Genomic degradation of a young Y chromosome in Drosophila miranda. Genome Biol. 2008;9(2):R30.
20. Maside X, Charlesworth B. Patterns of molecular variation and evolution in Drosophila americana and its relatives. Genetics. 2007;176:2293-305.
21. Haag-Liautard C, Dorris M, Maside X, Macaskill S, Halligan DL, Houle D, et al. Direct estimation of per nucleotide and genomic deleterious mutation rates in Drosophila. Nature. 2007;445(7123):82-5.
22. Carpenter JA, Obbard DJ, Maside X, Jiggins FM. The recent spread of a vertically transmitted virus through populations of Drosophila melanogaster. Mol Ecol. 2007;16(18):3947-54.
23. Sánchez-Gracia A, Maside X, Charlesworth B. High rate of horizontal transfer of transposable elements in Drosophila. Trends Genet. 2005;21(4):200-3.
24. Maside X, Assimacopoulos S, Charlesworth B. Fixation of transposable elements in the Drosophila melanogaster genome. Genet Res. 2005;85:195-203.
25. Bartolomé C, Maside X, Yi S, Grant AL, Charlesworth B. Patterns of selection on synonymous and nonsynonymous variants in Drosophila miranda. Genetics. 2005;169(3):1495-507.
26. Maside X, Lee AW, Charlesworth B. Selection on codon usage in Drosophila americana. Curr Biol. 2004;14(2):150-4.
27. Bartolomé C, Maside X. The lack of recombination drives the fixation of transposable elements on the fourth chromosome of Drosophila melanogaster. Genet Res. 2004;83:91-100.
28. Maside X, Bartolomé C, Charlesworth B. Inferences on the evolutionary history of the S-element family of Drosophila melanogaster. Mol Biol Evol. 2003;20(8):1183-7.
29. Maside X, Bartolomé C, Charlesworth B. S-element insertions are associated with the evolution of the Hsp70 genes in Drosophila melanogaster. Curr Biol. 2002;12:1686-91.
30. Bartolomé C, Maside X, Charlesworth B. On the abundance and distribution of transposable elements in the genome of Drosophila melanogaster. Mol Biol Evol. 2002;19(6):926-37.
31. Maside X, Bartolomé C, Assimacopoulos S, Charlesworth B. Rates of movement and distribution of transposable elements in Drosophila melanogaster: In situ hybridization vs Southern blotting data. Genet Res. 2001;78:121-36.
32. Zapata C, Alvarez G, Rodriguez-Trelles F, Maside X. A long-term study on seasonal changes of gametic disequilibrium between allozymes and inversions in Drosophila subobscura. Evolution. 2000;54(5):1673-9.
33. Maside X, Assimacopoulos S, Charlesworth B. Rates of movement of transposable elements on the second chromosome of Drosophila melanogaster. Genet Res. 2000;75(3):275-84.
34. Naveira HF, Maside X. The genetics of hybrid male sterility in Drosophila. In: Howard DJ, Berlocher SH, editors. Endless forms: species and speciation. New York: Oxford Universtiy Press; 1998. p. 330-8.
35. Maside XR, Barral JP, Naveira HF. Hidden effects of X chromosome introgressions on spermatogenesis in Drosophila simulans x D. mauritiana hybrids unveiled by interactions among minor genetic factors. Genetics. 1998;150(2):745-54.
36. Maside XR, Naveira HF. A polygenic basis of hybrid sterility may give rise to spurious localizations of major sterility factors. Heredity. 1996;77(5):488-92.
37. Maside XR, Naveira HF. On the difficulties of discriminating between major and minor hybrid male sterility factors in Drosophila by examining the segregation ratio of sterile and fertile sons in backcrossing experiments. Heredity. 1996;77(4):433-8.