Publikationen

Almeida RS, Brunke S, Albrecht A, Thewes S, Laue M, Edwards JE, Filler SG, Hube B (2008) The hyphal-associated adhesin and invasin Als3 of Candida albicans mediates iron acquisition from host ferritin. PLOS Pathog 4(11), e1000217.
Bader O, Krauke Y, Hube B (2008) Processing of predicted substrates of fungal Kex2 proteinases from Candida albicans, C. glabrata, Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Pichia pastoris. BMC Microbiol 8, 116-116.
Campa D, Tavanti A, Gemignani F, Mogavero CS, Bellini I, Bottari F, Barale R, Landi S, Senesi S (2008) DNA microarray based on arrayed-primer extension technique for identification of pathogenic fungi responsible for invasive and superficial mycoses. J Clin Microbiol 46(3), 909-915.
Hube B (2008) Candida, proteases and genes. Mycoses 51 Suppl 3, 22-25. (Review)
Hube B (2008) Was Candida wild macht. Ärztliche Praxis DermatologieAllergologie 5, 42-43. (Review)
Hube B (2008) Report on FunNet 2007: Forschung an humanpathogenen Pilzen bündeln und koordinieren. Biospektrum 1, 102. (Review)
Mora-Montes HM, Bader O, López-Romero E, Zinker S, Ponce-Noyola P, Hube B, Gow NA, Flores-Carreón A (2008) Kex2 protease converts the endoplasmic reticulum alpha1,2-mannosidase of Candida albicans into a soluble cytosolic form. Microbiology 154(Pt 12), 3782-3794.
Naglik JR, Moyes D, Makwana J, Kanzaria P, Tsichlaki E, Weindl G, Tappuni AR, Rodgers CA, Woodman AJ, Challacombe SJ, Schaller M, Hube B (2008) Quantitative expression of the Candida albicans secreted aspartyl proteinase gene family in human oral and vaginal candidiasis. Microbiology 154(Pt 11), 3266-3280.
Ozegowski JH, Presselt N, Härtl A, Bocker T, Sänger J, Schmidt A, Willing K, Müller PJ (2008) Anti-atherosclerotic effect of microbial hyaluronate lyase from group B streptococci. Pharmazie 63(8), 601-605.
Thewes S, Moran GP, Magee BB, Schaller M, Sullivan DJ, Hube B (2008) Phenotypic screening, transcriptional profiling, and comparative genomic analysis of an invasive and non-invasive strain of Candida albicans. BMC Microbiol 8, 187-187.