Publikationen

Valiante V, Heinekamp T, Jain R, Härtl A, Brakhage AA (2008) The mitogen-activated protein kinase MpkA of Aspergillus fumigatus regulates cell wall signaling and oxidative stress response. Fungal Genet Biol 45(5), 618-627.
Wozniok I, Hornbach A, Schmitt C, Frosch M, Einsele H, Hube B, Löffler J, Kurzai O (2008) Induction of ERK-kinase signalling triggers morphotype-specific killing of Candida albicans filaments by human neutrophils. Cell Microbiol 10(3), 807-820.
Zakikhany K, Thewes S, Wilson D, Martin R, Albrecht A, Hube B (2008) From attachment to invasion: infection associated genes of Candida albicans. Nihon Ishinkin Gakkai Zasshi 49(4), 245-251.
d'Enfert C, Hube B (2007) Introduction In: d'Enfert C, Hube B (eds.) Candida. Comparative and functional genomics. pp. 1-5. Caister Academic Press. ISBN: 9781904455134.
da Silva Ferreira ME, Heinekamp T, Härtl A, Brakhage AA, Semighini CP, Harris SD, Savoldi M, de Gouvêa PF, de Souza Goldman MH, Goldman GH (2007) Functional characterization of the Aspergillus fumigatus calcineurin. Fungal Genet Biol 44(3), 219-230.
Eckert SE, Heinz WJ, Zakikhany K, Thewes S, Haynes K, Hube B, Mühlschlegel FA (2007) PGA4, a GAS homologue from Candida albicans, is up-regulated early in infection processes. Fungal Genet Biol 44(5), 368-377.
Fradin C, Mavor AL, Weindl G, Schaller M, Hanke K, Kaufmann SH, Mollenkopf H, Hube B (2007) The early transcriptional response of human granulocytes to infection with Candida albicans is not essential for killing but reflects cellular communications. Infect Immun 75(3), 1493-1501.
Gebhardt P, Dornberger K, Gollmick FA, Gräfe U, Härtl A, Görls H, Schlegel B, Hertweck C (2007) Quercinol, an anti-inflammatory chromene from the wood-rotting fungus Daedalea quercina (Oak Mazegill). Bioorg Med Chem Lett 17(9), 2558-2560.
Hube B (2007) Report on FunNet 2007: Focussing and coordinating European research on human pathogenic fungi. Mycology Newsletter 1, 23. (Review)
Ivanova V, Kolarova M, Aleksieva K, Dornberger KJ, Haertl A, Moellmann U, Dahse HM, Chipev N (2007) Sanionins: anti-inflammatory and antibacterial agents with weak cytotoxicity from the Antarctic moss Sanionia georgico-uncinata. Prep Biochem Biotechnol 37(4), 343-352.