Publikationen

Goldmann M, Schmidt F, Cseresnyés Z, Orasch T, Jahreis S, Hartung S, Figge MT, von Lilienfeld-Toal M, Heinekamp T, Brakhage AA (2023) The lipid raft-associated protein stomatin is required for accumulation of dectin-1 in the phagosomal membrane and for full activity of macrophages against Aspergillus fumigatus. mSphere [Accepted]
Jia LJ, Rafiq M, Radosa L, Hortschansky P, Cunha C, Cseresnyés Z, Krüger T, Schmidt F, Heinekamp T, Straßburger M, Loeffler B, Doenst T, Lacerda JF, Campos A, Figge MT, Carvalho A, Kniemeyer O, Brakhage AA (2023) Re-direction of phagosomes to the recycling expulsion pathway by a fungal pathogen. bioRxiv [Preprint]
Schmidt F, Heinekamp T, Brakhage AA (2022) Lebensbedrohliche Pilzinfektionen - Unterschätzte Gefahr durch pilzliche Krankheitserreger. BiuZ 52(3), 268-277.
Goldmann M, Schmidt F, Kyrmizi I, Chamilos G, Brakhage AA (2021) Isolation and immunofluorescence staining of Aspergillus fumigatus conidia-containing phagolysosomes. STAR Protoc 2(1), 100328.
Schmidt F, Thywißen A, Goldmann M, Cunha C, Cseresnyés Z, Schmidt H, Rafiq M, Galiani S, Gräler MH, Chamilos G, Lacerda JF, Campos Jr A, Eggeling C, Figge MT, Heinekamp T, Filler SG, Carvalho A, Brakhage AA (2020) Flotillin-dependent lipid-raft microdomains are required for functional phagolysosomes against fungal infections. Cell Rep 32(7), 108017.
Schmidt H, Vlaic S, Krüger T, Schmidt F, Balkenhohl J, Dandekar T, Guthke R, Kniemeyer O, Heinekamp T, Brakhage AA (2018) Proteomics of Aspergillus fumigatus conidia-containing phagolysosomes identifies processes governing immune evasion. Mol Cell Proteomics 17(6), 1084-1096.
Voltersen V, Blango MG, Herrmann S, Schmidt F, Heinekamp T, Strassburger M, Krüger T, Bacher P, Lother J, Weiss E, Hünniger K, Liu H, Hortschansky P, Scheffold A, Loeffler J, Krappmann S, Nietzsche S, Kurzai O, Einsele H, Kniemeyer O, Filler S, Reichard U, Brakhage AA (2018) Proteome analysis reveals the conidial surface protein CcpA essential for virulence of the pathogenic fungus Aspergillus fumigatus. mBio 9(5), e01557-18.