B3.1 Lista celor mai importante publicaţii ştiinţifice
În perioada 2004-2014, directorul de proiect a publicat 52 de articole în reviste cotate ISI (cu un factor de impact total cumulat de 114.5). Jurnalele în care au apărut aceste lucrări includ reviste de prestigiu cum ar fi: Emerging Infectious Diseases (factor de impact 7.327), PloS One (factor de impact 3.534), International Journal of Medical Microbiology (factor de impact 3.420) sau Parasites & Vectors (factor de impact 3.251). Dintre cele mai importante publicații (în reviste cotate ISI) ca autor principal, menționăm:
1. Mihalca AD, Kalmár Z, Dumitrache MO. 2014. Rhipicephalus rossicus, a neglected tick at the margin of Europe: a review of its distribution, ecology and medical importance. Medical and Veterinary Entomology, accepted, in press.
2. Kalmár Z, Cozma V, Sprong H, Jahfari S, D’Amico G, Mărcuțan DI, Ionică AM, Magdaş C, Modrý D, Mihalca AD. 2014. Transstadial transmission of Borrelia turcica in Hyalomma aegyptium ticks. PLoS One, accepted, in press.
3. Sándor AD, Mărcuţan DI, D’Amico G, Gherman CM, Dumitrache MO, Mihalca AD. 2014. Do the ticks of birds at an important migratory hotspot reflect the seasonal dynamics of Ixodes ricinus at the migration initiation site? A case study in the Danube Delta. PLoS One 9(2):e89378.
4. Hornok S, Kontschán J, Kováts D, Kovács R, Angyal D, Görföl T, Polacsek Z, Kalmár Z, Mihalca AD. 2014. Bat ticks revisited: Ixodes ariadnae sp. nov. and allopatric genotypes of I. vespertilionis in caves of Hungary. Parasites & Vectors 7:202.
5. Mircean V, Dumitrache MO, Mircean M, Bolfă P., Györke A, Mihalca AD. 2014. Autochthonous canine leishmaniasis in Romania: neglected or (re)emerging? Parasites & Vectors 7:135.
6. Dumitrache MO, Kiss B, Dantas-Torres F, Latrofa MS, D’Amico G, Sándor AD, Mihalca AD. 2014. Seasonal dynamics of Rhipicephalus rossicus attacking domestic dogs from the steppic region of southeastern Romania. Parasites & Vectors 7:97.
7. Sándor AD, Dumitrache MO, D’Amico G, Kiss BJ, Mihalca AD. 2014. Rhipicephalus rossicus and not R. sanguineus is the dominant tick species of dogs in the wetlands of the Danube Delta, Romania. Veterinary Parasitology 204(3-4):430-432.
8. Ionică AM, D’Amico G, Mitková B, Kalmár Z, Annoscia G, Otranto D, Modrý D, Mihalca AD. 2014. First report of Cercopithifilaria spp. in dogs from Eastern Europe with an overview of their geographic distribution in Europe. Parasitology Research 113:2761-2764.
9. Mihalca AD, Sándor AD. 2013. The role of rodents in the ecology of Ixodes ricinus and associated pathogens in Central and Eastern Europe. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology 3:56.
10. Mihalca AD, Dumitrache MO, Sándor AD, Magdaş C, Oltean M, Györke A, Matei IA, Ionică A, D’Amico G, Cozma V, Gherman CM. 2012. Tick parasites of rodents in Romania: host preferences, community structure and geographical distribution. Parasites & Vectors 5:266.
11. Mihalca AD, Gherman CM, Magdaş C, Dumitrache MO, Györke A, Sándor AD, Domşa C, Oltean M, Mircean V, Mărcuţan DI, D’Amico G, Păduraru AO, Cozma V. 2012. Ixodes ricinus is the dominant questing tick in forest habitats from Romania: the results from a countrywide dragging campaign. Experimental and Applied Acarology 58:175-182.
12. Mihalca AD, Dumitrache MO, Magdaş C, Gherman CM, Domşa C, Mircean V, Ghira IV, Pocora V, Ionescu DT, Sikó Barabási S, Cozma V, Sándor AD. 2012. Synopsis of the hard-ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) of Romania with update on host associations and geographical distribution. Experimental and Applied Acarology 58:183-206.
13. Paştiu AI, Matei IA, Mihalca AD, D’Amico G, Dumitrache MO, Kalmár Z, Sándor AD, Gherman CM, Cozma V. 2012. Zoonotic pathogens associated with Hyalomma aegyptium in endangered tortoises: evidence for host-switching behaviour in ticks? Parasites & Vectors 5:301.
14. Gherman CM, Mihalca AD, Dumitrache MO, Györke A, Oroian I, Sandor M, Cozma V. 2012. CO2 flagging – an improved method for the collection of questing ticks. Parasites & Vectors 5:125.
15. Mihalca AD, Gherman CM, Cozma V. 2011. Coendangered hard-ticks: threatened or threatening? Parasites & Vectors 4:71.
Dintre cele mai importante publicații (în reviste cotate ISI) ca și coautor, menționăm:
1. Briciu VT, Meyer F, Sebah D, Ţăţulescu DF, Coroiu G, Lupșe M, Cârstina D, Mihalca AD, Hizo-Teufel C, Klier C, Huber I, Fingerle V. 2014. Real-time PCR based identification of Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato species in ticks collected from humans in Romania. Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases 5(5):575-581.
2. Durden LA, Mihalca AD, Sándor AD, Kanyari PWN. 2014. A new species of sucking louse (Phthiraptera: Anoplura: Linognathidae) from Günther’s dikdik (Madoqua guentheri) in Kenya. Journal of Parasitology, accepted, in press.
3. Kalmár Z, Mihalca AD, Dumitrache MO, Gherman CM, Magdaș C, Mircean V, Oltean M, Domşa C, Matei IA, Mărcuţan DI, Sándor AD, D’Amico G, Paștiu A, Györke A, Gavrea R, Marosi B, Ionică A, Burkhardt E, Toriay H, Cozma V. 2013. Geographical distribution and prevalence of Borrelia burgdorferi genospecies in questing Ixodes ricinus from Romania: a countrywide study. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases 4:403-408.
4. Mircean V, Dumitrache MO, Györke A, Pantchev N, Jodies R, Mihalca AD, Cozma V. 2012. Seroprevalence and geographic distribution of Dirofilaria immitis and tick-borne infections (Anaplasma phagocytophilum, Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato and Ehrlichia canis) in dogs from Romania. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 12:595-603.