Maciej Pabijan
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Long‐term survival of a urodele amphibian despite depleted major histocompatibility complex variation
W Babik, M Pabijan, JW Arntzen, D Cogalniceanu, W Durka, J Radwan
Molecular Ecology 18 (5), 769-781, 2009
Contrasting patterns of variation in MHC loci in the Alpine newt
W Babik, M Pabijan, J Radwan
Molecular Ecology 17 (10), 2339-2355, 2008
Radically different phylogeographies and patterns of genetic variation in two European brown frogs, genus Rana
M Vences, JS Hauswaldt, S Steinfartz, O Rupp, A Goesmann, S KŘnzel, ...
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 68 (3), 657-670, 2013
Small body size increases the regional differentiation of populations of tropical mantellid frogs (Anura: Mantellidae)
M Pabijan, KC Wollenberg, M Vences
Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2012
Genetic divergence in tropical anurans: deeper phylogeographic structure in forest specialists and in topographically complex regions
A RodrÝguez, M B÷rner, M Pabijan, M Gehara, CFB Haddad, M Vences
Evolutionary Ecology 29 (5), 765-785, 2015
The dissection of a Pleistocene refugium: phylogeography of the smooth newt, Lissotriton vulgaris, in the Balkans
M Pabijan, P Zieli˝ski, K Dudek, M Chloupek, K Sotiropoulos, M Liana, ...
Journal of Biogeography 42 (4), 671-683, 2015
Complete mitochondrial genomes resolve phylogenetic relationships within Bombina (Anura: Bombinatoridae)
M Pabijan, A Wandycz, S Hofman, K Wŕcek, M Piwczy˝ski, JM Szymura
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 69 (1), 63-74, 2013
Leapfrogging into new territory: How Mascarene ridged frogs diversified across Africa and Madagascar to maintain their ecological niche
BM Zimkus, LP Lawson, MF Barej, CD Barratt, A Channing, KM Dash, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 106, 254-269, 2017
Genetic structure in northeastern populations of the Alpine newt (Triturus alpestris): evidence for post‐Pleistocene differentiation
M Pabijan, W Babik
Molecular Ecology 15 (9), 2397-2407, 2006
The influence of riverine barriers on phylogeographic patterns of Malagasy reed frogs (< i> Heterixalus</i>)
PS Gehring, M Pabijan, JE Randrianirina, F Glaw, M Vences
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 2012
Isolation and gene flow in a speciation continuum in newts
M Pabijan, P Zieli˝ski, K Dudek, M Stuglik, W Babik
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 116, 1-12, 2017
A multigene species tree for Western Mediterranean painted frogs (< i> Discoglossus</i>)
M Pabijan, A Crottini, D Reckwell, I Irisarri, J Susanne Hauswaldt, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 2012
Constraint and adaptation in newt toll-like receptor genes
W Babik, K Dudek, A Fijarczyk, M Pabijan, M Stuglik, R Szkotak, ...
Genome Biology and Evolution 7 (1), 81-95, 2015
Mitochondrial genome organization and divergence in hybridizing central European waterfrogs of the< i> Pelophylax esculentus</i> complex (Anura, Ranidae)
S Hofman, M Pabijan, D Dziewulska-Szwajkowska, JM Szymura
Gene, 2011
Changes in a regional batrachofauna in south-central Poland over a 25 year period
M Bonk, M Pabijan
North-West J Zool 6 (2), 225-244, 2010
Patterns, mechanisms and genetics of speciation in reptiles and amphibians
KC Wollenberg Valero, JC Marshall, E Bastiaans, A Caccone, A Camargo, ...
Genes 10 (9), 646, 2019
A Tarzan yell for conservation: a new chameleon, Calumma tarzan sp. n., proposed as a flagship species for the creation of new nature reserves in Madagascar
PS Gehring, M Pabijan, FM Ratsoavina, J K÷hler, M Vences, F Glaw
Salamandra 46 (3), 167-179, 2010
Conservation units in north-eastern populations of the Alpine newt (Triturus alpestris)
M Pabijan, W Babik, J Rafi˝ski
Conservation Genetics 6 (2), 307-312, 2005
Two syntopic and microendemic new frogs of the genus Blommersia from the east coast of Madagascar
M Vences, M Pabijan, J Kohler, F Glaw
African Journal of Herpetology 59 (2), 133-156, 2010
Comparative analysis of mitochondrial genomes in Bombina (Anura; Bombinatoridae)
M Pabijan, C Spolsky, T Uzzell, JM Szymura
Journal of molecular evolution 67 (3), 246-256, 2008
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