A. Revistas arbitradas

1. Rohani, P., C. J. Green, N. B. Mantilla-Beniers, B. T. Grenfell (2003) “Ecological interference between fatal diseases” Nature 422: 885-888.

2. Broutin, H., N. B. Mantilla-Beniers, F. Simondon, P. Aaby, B. T. Grenfell, J. F. Guégan, P. Rohani (2005) “Epidemiological impact of vaccination on the dynamics of two childhood diseases in rural Senegal” Microbes and Infection 7 (4): 593-599 (contribución a partes iguales con H. Broutin).

3. Gomes, M.G.M., Rodrigues, P., Hilker, F.M., Mantilla Beniers, N.B., Muehlen, M. Paulo, A.C.S., and Graham Medley (2007) “Implications of partial immunity on the prospects for tuberculosis control by post-exposure interventions” Journal of Theoretical Biology (248): 608-617.

4. Brooke, M. de L, Butchart, S.H.M., Crowley, G.M., Garnett, S.T., Mantilla-Beniers, N. B., Stattersfield, A.J. (2008) “Rates of Movement of Threatened Bird Species between IUCN Red List Categories and toward Extinction”, Conservation Biology (22): 417-427.

5. Mantilla-Beniers, N. B., Gomes, M. G. M., (2009) “Mycobacterial ecology as a modulator of tuberculosis vaccine success”, Theoretical Population Biology, (75): 142-152.

6. Mantilla-Beniers, N. B., Grenfell, B. T. and P. Rohani (2010) “Decreasing stochasticity through enhanced seasonality in measles epidemics”, Journal of the Royal Society Interface (7): 727-739.

7. Diaz, D., Vazquez-Polanco, A. M., Argueta-Donohue, J., Stephens, C. R., Jimenez-Trejo, F., Ceballos-Liceaga, S. E. and N. Mantilla-Beniers, (2018) “Incidence of Intestinal Infectious Diseases due to Protozoa and Bacteria in Mexico: Analysis of National Surveillance Records from 2003 to 2012”, BioMed Research International, Vol. 2018 (autor corresponsal).

B. Capítulos en libros

1. Broutin, H., N. B. Mantilla-Beniers, Rohani, P. “Ecology of infectious diseases: An example with two vaccine-preventable infectious diseases”, Encyclopedia of Infectious Diseases: Modern Methodologies. Editor: M. Tibayrenc, Ed. Wiley and Sons, Mayo 2007 (pp. 189-198).

C. Artículos de divulgación

1. N. B. Mantilla-Beniers, Escorcia Martínez, M. y C. Stephens “Información, toma de decisiones y salud: Lecciones de la pandemia de influenza A-H1N1” (julio 2012-febrero 2013), revista Ciencias (107-108): 90-99.

2. N. B. Mantilla-BeniersEcología de infecciones, o la riqueza de la interdisciplina” (2014) Miscelánea Matemática, (59): 1-21.

D. Artículos en memorias de congresos

1. Stephens, C.R., Rodríguez-Ramírez, R., Mireles, V., Hernández-López, S., Herrera-Ortiz, J.A., García-Aguirre, C., y N. B. Mantilla-Beniers (2017) “Factors linked to influenza-like illness as identified with data mining” DH’17: Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference on Digital Health; (contribución a partes iguales con Christopher Stephens).