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1. “A multiple comparative study of putative endosymbionts in three coexisting apple-snail species”. Dellagnola FA, Rodriguez C, Castro-Vazquez A, Vega IA. PeerJ, 7:e8125, 2019, doi:10.7717/peerj.8125.

2. “Functional and evolutionary perspectives on the gill of an obligate air-breathing aquatic snail”. Rodriguez C, Prieto GI, Vega IA, Castro-Vazquez A. PeerJ, 7:e7342, 2019, doi: 10.7717/peerj.7342

3. “Signatures of diversity, invasiveness and terrestrialization revealed by four apple snail genomes”. Sun J, Mu H, Ip, JCH, Li R, Zhang Y, Xu T, Kumagai N, Yusa Y, Accorsi A, Sanchez Alvarado A, Ross E, Castro-Vazquez A, Vega IA, Heras H, Ituarte S, Van Bocxlaer B, Hayes KA, Cowie RH, Zhao Z, Zhang Y, Qian PY, Qiu JW. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 36: 1507-1520, 2019.

4. “Twenty years of the ‘Preparation for Oxidative Stress’ (POS) theory: ecophysiological advantages and molecular strategies”. Giraud-Billoud M, Rivera-Ingraham, GA, Moreira DC, Burmester T, Castro-Vazquez A, Carvajalino-Fernández, JM, Dafre A, Niu C, Tremblay N, Paital B, Rosa R, Storey JM, Vega IA, Zhang W, Yepiz-Plascencia G, Zenteno-Savin T, Storey KB, Hermes-Lima M. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology – Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 234: 36-49, 2019, doi:10.1016/j.cbpa.2019.04.004

5. Aging and retinoid X receptor agonists on masculinization of female Pomacea canaliculata, with a critical appraisal of imposex evaluation in the Ampullariidae. Giraud-Billoud M, and Castro-Vazquez A. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 169: 573-582, 2019.

6. “Assessment of the kidney and lung as immune barriers and hematopoietic sites in the invasive apple snail Pomacea canaliculata”, Rodriguez C, Prieto I, Vega IA, Castro-Vazquez A. PeerJ, 6: e5789, 2018. doi:10.7717/peerj.5789

7. “Tolerance to hypometabolism and arousal induced by hibernation in the apple snail Pomacea canaliculata (Caenogastropoda, Ampullariidae)”, Giraud-Billoud M, Castro-Vazquez A, Campoy-Díaz AD, Giuffrida PM, Vega IA. Comparative Biochemistry & Physiology, Part B, 224: 129-137, doi: 10.1016/j.cbpb.2017.12.015, 2018.

8. “Evidence for maternal transmission of a putative endosymbiont in the digestive gland of Pomacea canaliculata”. Koch E, Vega I.A., Castro-Vazquez A. Biocell, 41: 59-61, 2017.

9. “Evidence for a prokaryotic origin of intracellular corpuscles in the digestive gland of the queen conch Lobatus gigas (Linnaeus, 1758) (Gastropoda: Strombidae). Dellagnola FA, Vega IA, Castro-Vazquez A. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 83: 186-193, 2017.doi: 10.1093/mollus/eyx003

10. “Immune Defenses of the Invasive Apple Snail Pomacea canaliculata (Caenogastropoda, Ampullariidae): Phagocytic Hemocytes in the Circulation and the Kidney”. Cueto JA, Rodriguez C, Vega IA, Castro-Vazquez A. PLoS ONE, 10:e0123964, 2015.

11. “Insights from an integrated view of the biology of apple snails (Caenogastropoda: Ampullariidae)”. Hayes KA, Burks R, Castro-Vazquez A, Darby PC, Heras H, Martín PR, Qiu J-W, Thiengo SC, Vega IA, Yusa Y, Wada T, Burela S, Cadierno MP, Cueto JA, Dellagnola, FA, Dreon MS, Frassa VM, Giraud-Billoud M, Godoy MS, Ituarte S, Koch E, Matsukura K, Pasquevich Y, Rodriguez C, Saveanu L, Seuffert ME, Strong EE, Sun J, Tamburi NE, Tiecher MJ, Turner RL, Valentine-Darby P, Cowie RH. Malacologia, 58: 245-302, 2015.

12. “Adaptations to frequent oocyte release in the ovary of the invasive snail Pomacea canaliculata (Caenogastropoda, Ampullariidae)”. Winik BC & Castro-Vazquez A. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 81: 171-174, 2015.

13. “Uric acid-degrading bacteria in the gut of the invasive apple snail Pomacea canaliculata and their possible symbiotic significance”. Koch E., Lozada M., Dionisi H. & Castro-Vazquez A. Symbiosis, 63: 149-155, 2014. doi:10.1007/s13199-014-0296-9

14. “Embryonic development in the Patagonian red snail Odontocymbiola magellanica (Neogastropoda, Volutidae): Morphology and biochemistry”. Bigatti G, Giraud-Billoud M, Vega IA, Penchaszadeh PE & Castro-Vazquez A. Zoologischer Anzeiger, 253: 272-381, 2014