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alexandre.hassanin [at] mnhn.fr
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01 40 79 56 93
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01 40 79 30 63
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Présentation

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Domaine de recherche : Biologie de l’évolution

Mes travaux de recherche visent à comprendre l’évolution de la biodiversité au travers d’études phylogénétiques spatiotemporelles.

 Thèmes de recherche :

  •  Phylogénie moléculaire
  •  Systématique (principalement sur les ruminants et les chauves-souris)
  •  Biogéographie/Phylogéographie (avec un intérêt tout particulier pour les faunes d’Afrique et d’Asie et les périodes géologiques du Néogène et du Quaternaire)
  •  Taxonomie moléculaire
  •  Spéciation
  •  Hybridation
  •  Evolution moléculaire
  •  Coevolution

 

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Students

PhD Thesis

2016 : PETZOLD Alice. Comparative genomics of extant and past populations of giraffes.

2015 : SABROUX Romain. Biodiversity and evolutionary history of sea spiders (arthropoda : pycnogonida).

2010-2013 : TU Vuong Tan. Comparative phylogeography of bats (Mammalia, Chiroptera) from Indochina.

2008-2012 : NESI Nicolas. Systematics and phylogeography of African fruit bats of the subfamily Epomophorinae (Chiroptera, Pteropodidae).

2006-2010 : ARABI Juliette. Phylogeny of Chelicerata and study of substitution rates in their mitochondrial and nuclear genes.

2005-2009 : NGUYEN Trung Thanh. Cytogenetics and Molecular Studies of Bos frontalis, Muntiacus vuquangensis and Pseudoryx nghetinhensis (Mammalia, Ruminantia) from the Annamite Range, and implications for their conservation.

2003-2006 : ROPIQUET Anne. Study of adaptative radiations within Antilopinae (Mammalia, Bovidae).

Master

NICOLAS Paul (M2, 2017), MAGNANT Anne-Sophie (M2, 2015), SABROUX Romain (M2, 2015), HENRY Laurie (M2, 2014), RATSIMBAZAFY Malalatiana (M2, 2014), ALIE Alexandre (M1, 2006), ARABI Juliette (M2, 2006), GOURMAND Anne-Laure (M1, 2005), MONTFORT Gilles (M2, 2005), GILBERT Clément (M2, 2004), QUEMERE Erwan (M1, 2004), FELLOUS Simon (M1, 2003), GILBERT Clément (M1, 2003), ROPIQUET Anne (M2, 2002), NAVARRO Florent (M2, 2001), ROPIQUET Anne (M1, 2001).

 

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Interventions dans les médias

 

 

 

 

 

Documents

Le Bullletin Sauvage Vol. 1 Format (Pdf) - 31.3 Mo

Publications

2023
  • Veron Geraldine, Daniel Caroline, Pagani Paolo, San Emmanuel Do Linh, Kitchener Andrew C. & Hassanin Alexandre, 2023A tale of two African mongooses (Carnivora: Herpestidae): differing genetic diversity and geographical structure across a continent. MAMMALIAN BIOLOGY vol. 103, n° 1, p. 37-52 tex.earlyaccessdate: OCT 2022 tex.eissn: 1618-1476 tex.orcid-numbers: Hassanin, Alexandre/0000-0002-4905-8540 Daniel, Caroline/0000-0002-7168-2411 Do Linh San, Emmanuel/0000-0002-6513-5665 tex.researcherid-numbers: Hassanin, Alexandre/AAP-8634-2020 tex.un
    ISSN
    1616-5047
  • Sabroux Romain, Corbari Laure & Hassanin Alexandre, 2023Phylogeny of sea spiders (Arthropoda: Pycnogonida) inferred from mitochondrial genome and 18S ribosomal RNA gene sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution vol. 182, , p. 107726 Number: 107726 tex.earlyaccessdate: FEB 2023 tex.eissn: 1095-9513 tex.orcid-numbers: Hassanin, Alexandre/0000-0002-4905-8540 tex.researcherid-numbers: Hassanin, Alexandre/AAP-8634-2020 tex.unique-id: WOS:000952428300001
    ISSN
    10557903
  • Curaudeau Manon, Besombes Camille, Nakouné Emmanuel, Fontanet Arnaud, Gessain Antoine & Hassanin Alexandre, 2023Identifying the Most Probable Mammal Reservoir Hosts for Monkeypox Virus Based on Ecological Niche Comparisons. Viruses vol. 15, n° 3, p. 727
  • Hassanin Alexandre & Rambaud Opale, 2023Retracing Phylogenetic, Host and Geographic Origins of Coronaviruses with Coloured Genomic Bootstrap Barcodes: SARS-CoV and SARS-CoV-2 as Case Studies. Phylogenetic trees of coronaviruses are difficult to interpret because they undergo frequent genomic recombination. Here, we… Viruses vol. 15, n° 2, p. 406
    ISSN
    1999-4915
  • Vidovszky Márton Z., Kapitány Szilvia, Gellért Ákos, Harrach Balázs, Görföl Tamás, Boldogh Sándor A., Kohl Claudia, Wibbelt Gudrun, Mühldorfer Kristin, Kemenesi Gábor, Gembu Guy-Crispin, Hassanin Alexandre, Tu Vuong Tan, Estók Péter, Horváth Anna et al., 2023Detection and genetic characterization of circoviruses in more than 80 bat species from eight countries on four continents. Abstract Several bat-associated circoviruses and circular rep-encoding single-stranded DNA (CRESS DNA) viruses have been… Veterinary Research Communications , ,
    ISSN
    0165-7380, 1573-7446
  • Curaudeau Manon, Besombes Camille, Nakouné Emmanuel, Fontanet Arnaud, Gessain Antoine & Hassanin Alexandre, 2023Identifying the Most Probable Mammal Reservoir Hosts for Monkeypox Virus Based on Ecological Niche Comparisons. Viruses vol. 15, n° 3, p. 727
2022
  • Hassanin Alexandre, 2022Variation in synonymous nucleotide composition among genomes of sarbecoviruses and consequences for the origin of COVID-19. Gene vol. 835, , p. 146641
    ISSN
    03781119
  • Zhu Feng, Duong Veasna, Lim Xiao Fang, Hul Vibol, Chawla Tanu, Keatts Lucy, Goldstein Tracey, Hassanin Alexandre, Tu Vuong Tan, Buchy Philippe, Sessions October M., Wang Lin-Fa, Dussart Philippe & Anderson Danielle E., 2022Presence of Recombinant Bat Coronavirus GCCDC1 in Cambodian Bats. Viruses vol. 14, n° 2, p. 176
    ISSN
    1999-4915
  • Hassanin Alexandre, Rambaud Opale & Klein Dylan, 2022Genomic Bootstrap Barcodes and Their Application to Study the Evolution of Sarbecoviruses. Viruses vol. 14, n° 2, p. 440
    ISSN
    1999-4915
  • Curaudeau Manon, Besombes Camille, Nakouné Emmanuel, Fontanet Arnaud, Gessain Antoine & Hassanin Alexandre, 2022Identifying the most probable mammal reservoir hosts for Monkeypox virus based on ecological niche comparisons. Abstract Background Previous human cases or epidemics have suggested that Monkeypox virus (MPXV) can be transmitted through… PREPRINT vol. BIORXIV, , PREPRINT