Publications

 

Peer-reviewed articles


2015


Corthals A, Martin A, Warsi OM, Woller-Skar M, Lancaster W, et al. (2015) From the Field to the Lab: Best Practices for Field Preservation of Bat Specimens for Molecular Analyses. PLoS ONE 10(3): e0118994. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0118994


2012


Corthals A, Koller A, Martin DW, Rieger R, Chen EI, Bernaski M, Recagno, G, Dávalos, LM . (2012) Detecting the Immune System Response of a 500 Year-Old Inca Mummy. PLoS ONE 7(7):e41244. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0041244


2011


A. Corthals. (2011) Multiple Sclerosis is not a Disease of the Immune System. Quarterly Review of Biology, 86, 4, December 2011


L. M. Dávalos, A. C. Bejarano, M. A. Hall, H. L. Correa, A. Corthals, O. J. Espejo. (2011) Forests and Drugs: Coca Cultivation in Biodiversity Hotspots. Environmental Science and Technology, 45 (4), pp 1219–1227


Forshaw, R. and A. Corthals. (2011) Multidisciplinary Investigations of the Manchester Elliot Smith Skulls. Yearbook of Mummy Studies, 1, 57-62


2008


Dávalos, L. M. and A. Corthals. (2009) A New Species of Lonchophylla (Chiroptera:Phyllostomidae) from northwestern South America. American Museum Novitates


2007


Baldo, L., Prendini, L., Corthals, A. and Werren, J. (2007) Wolbachia are present in Southern African scorpions and cluster with supergroup F. Current Microbiology. 55 (5): 367-373


2006


Corthals, A. (2006) Now what? Pre and Post analysis preservation of ancient tissues and DNA. Proceedings of V World Congress on Mummy Studies. Journal of Biological Research. LXXX (1), 217-221


2005


Sicard N., A. Corthals, J. Feinstein, C. Bolnet and R. Desalle. (2005) Barcoding Whiptail Lizards (Cnemidophorus and Apidoscelis spp) at the ambrose monell cryo collection.  Integrative and Comparative Biology 45 (6): 1194-1194


Corthals, A. and R. Desalle. (2005) An Application of Tissue and DNA banking for Genomics and Conservation: The Ambrose Monell Cryo-Collection. Systematic Biology. 54(5):819–823, 2005


Hanner, R., A. Corthals and H.C. Dessauer. (2005) Salvage of genetically valuable tissues following a freezer failure. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, Volume 34, Issue 2, February 2005, Pages 452-455


2004


Corthals, A. (2004) DNA Banking for animal DNA. Response to A Plea for DNA Banking. Science 2004; 305: 607. http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/eletters/304/5676/1445b


Books


2006


Savolainen, V., G. Reeves, K. Davis, M.P. Powell and A. Corthals (eds). (2006) DNA Banking for Biodiversity and Conservation. Kew Publishing & IUCN



Chapters in Books


2011


Corthals, A. (2011) Forensic Anthropology and Human Identification in Criminal Matters. In Forensic Science Advances in the Judiciary System, Sapse, D. and L. Kobilinky (Eds), CRC Taylor and Francis.


2009


Hanner, R., A. Corthals, and R. DeSalle. (2009) Biodiversity, conservation, and genetic resources in modern museum and herbarium collections. In Conservation Genetics in the Age of Genomics. G. Amato, O. Ryder, H. Rosenbaum, and R. DeSalle (eds.). Columbia University Press, NY.


2006


Wildlife forensics. In DNA banking for Biodiversity and Conservation. In DNA Banking for Biodiversity and Conservation. Savolainen, V., G. Reeves, K. Davis, M.P. Powell and A. Corthals (eds). Kew Publishing & IUCN


Animal voucher specimens and e-vouchers. In DNA banking for Biodiversity and Conservation. In DNA Banking for Biodiversity and Conservation. Savolainen, V., G. Reeves, K. Davis, M.P. Powell and A. Corthals (eds). Kew Publishing & IUCN


The Ambrose Monell Cryo-Collection: a museum-based molecular collection. In DNA Banking for Biodiversity and Conservation. Savolainen, V., G. Reeves, K. Davis, M.P. Powell and A. Corthals (eds). Kew Publishing & IUCN


2005


The New Year Procession in the staircase at Edfu and Dendara. In L'Acqua nell'antico Egitto. A cura di A. Amenta, M.N. Sordi, Maria Michela Luiselli (eds). Erma di Bretschneider, Rome.


Dangerous Waters: Schistosomiasis in Ancient and Modern Egypt. In L'Acqua nell'antico Egitto. A cura di A. Amenta, M.N. Sordi, Maria Michela Luiselli (eds). Erma di Bretschneider, Rome.