2021

SOUKAL P, HRDÁ Š, KARNKOWSKA A, MILANOWSKI R, SZABOVÁ J, HRADILOVÁ M, STRNAD H., VLČEK Č, ČEPIČKA I, HAMPL V. 2021. Heterotrophic euglenid Rhabdomonas costata resembles its phototrophic relatives in many aspects of molecular and cell biology. Scientific Reports 11: 13070

 

FÜSSY Z, VINOPALOVÁ M, TREITLI SC, PÁNEK T, SMEJKALOVÁ P, ČEPIČKA I, DOLEŽAL P, HAMPL V. 2021. Retortamonads from vertebrate hosts share features of anaerobic metabolism and pre-adaptations to parasitism with diplomonads. Parasitology International 82: 102308

 

POLÁKOVÁ K, ČEPIČKA I, BOURLAND W. 2021. Phylogenetic position of three well-known ciliates from the controversial order Loxocephalida Jankowski, 1980 (Scuticociliatia, Oligohymenophorea) and Urozona buetschlii (Schewiakoff, 1889) with improved morphological descriptions. Protist 172: 125833

 

SALOMAKI ED, TERPIS KX, RUECKERT S, KOTYK M, KOTYKOVÁ VARADÍNOVÁ Z, ČEPIČKA I, LANE CE, KOLISKO M. 2021. Gregarine single-cell transcriptomics reveals differential mitochondrial remodeling and adaptation in apicomplexans. BMC Biology 19: 77

 

PÁNEK T., 2021. Protozoa. In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, John Wiley & Sons. (Book chapter).

 

HORVÁTHOVÁ L., ŽÁRSKÝ V., PÁNEK T., DERELLE R., PYRIH J., MOTYČKOVÁ A., KLÁPŠŤOVÁ V., VINOPALOVÁ M., MARKOVÁ L., VOLEMAN L., KLIMEŠ V., PETRŮ M., VAITOVÁ Z., ČEPIČKA I., HRYZÁKOVÁ K., HARANT K., GRAY M., CHAMI M., GUILVOUT I., FRANCETIC O.B., LANG F., VLČEK Č., TSAOUSIS A., ELIÁŠ M., DOLEŽAL P., 2021. Analysis of diverse eukaryotes suggests the existence of an ancestral mitochondrial apparatus derived from the bacterial type II secretion system. Nature Communications 12: 2947.

 

PYRIH J., PÁNEK T., DURANTE I., RAŠKOVÁ V., CIMRHANZLOVÁ K., KRIEGOVÁ E., TSAOUSIS A., ELIÁŠ M., LUKEŠ J., 2021. Vestiges of the bacterial signal recognition particle-based protein targeting in mitochondria. Molecular Biology and Evolution Volume 38, Issue 8, August 2021, Pages 3170–3187. 

 

KOLÁTKOVÁ V, ČEPIČKA I, HOFFMAN R, VOHNÍK M. 2021. Marinomyxa gen. nov. (Endomyxa: Phytomyxea) accommodates widespread gall-forming parasites of the tropical to subtropical seagrass genus Halophila. Microbial Ecology 81: 673-686