Can an odd number of fermions be created due to chiral anomaly?

Bezrukov F, Burnier Y, Shaposhnikov M (2006)
Phys .Rev. D 73(4).

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We describe a possibility of creation of an odd number of fractionallycharged fermions in 1+1 dimensional Abelian Higgs model. We point out that for1+1 dimensions this process does not violate any symmetries of the theory, normakes it mathematically inconsistent. We construct the proper definition of thefermionic determinant in this model and underline its non-trivial features thatare of importance for realistic 3+1 dimensional models with fermion numberviolation.
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Bezrukov F, Burnier Y, Shaposhnikov M. Can an odd number of fermions be created due to chiral anomaly? Phys .Rev. D. 2006;73(4).
Bezrukov, F., Burnier, Y., & Shaposhnikov, M. (2006). Can an odd number of fermions be created due to chiral anomaly? Phys .Rev. D, 73(4).
Bezrukov, F., Burnier, Y., and Shaposhnikov, M. (2006). Can an odd number of fermions be created due to chiral anomaly? Phys .Rev. D 73.
Bezrukov, F., Burnier, Y., & Shaposhnikov, M., 2006. Can an odd number of fermions be created due to chiral anomaly? Phys .Rev. D, 73(4).
F. Bezrukov, Y. Burnier, and M. Shaposhnikov, “Can an odd number of fermions be created due to chiral anomaly?”, Phys .Rev. D, vol. 73, 2006.
Bezrukov, F., Burnier, Y., Shaposhnikov, M.: Can an odd number of fermions be created due to chiral anomaly? Phys .Rev. D. 73, (2006).
Bezrukov, F., Burnier, Yannis, and Shaposhnikov, M. “Can an odd number of fermions be created due to chiral anomaly?”. Phys .Rev. D 73.4 (2006).
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