Publications

Schwartze VU, Hoffmann K (2015) Lichtheimia (ex Absidia). In: Robert Russell Monteith Paterson, Nelson Lima (eds.) Molecular Biology of Food and Water Borne Mycotoxigenic and Mycotic Fungi pp. 355-374. CRC Press Inc..
Benny GL, Humber RA, Voigt K (2014) The zygomycetous Fungi: The phylum Entomophthoromycota and the subphyla Kickxellomycotina, Mortierellomycotina, Mucoromycotina, and Zoopagomycotina. In: McLaughlin DJ, Blackwell M, Spatafora JW (eds.) The Mycota Vol. VIIA: Systematics of fungi. 2nd edtion. pp. 209-250. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York.
de A. Santiago ALCM , Hoffmann K, Lima DX, de Oliveira RJV, Vieira HEE, Malosso E, Maia LC, da Silva GA (2014) A new species of Lichtheimia (Mucoromycotina, Mucorales) isolated from Brazilian soil. Mycol Progress 13, 343-352.
de Hoog S, Ibrahim AS, Voigt K (2014) Zygomycetes: an emerging problem in the clinical laboratory. Mycoses 57(Suppl. 3), 1.
El-Shabrawi MH, Kamal NM, Kaerger K, Voigt K (2014) Diagnosis of gastrointestinal basidiobolomycosis: a mini-review. Mycoses 57(Suppl. 3), 138-143.
Grützmann K, Szafranski K, Pohl M, Voigt K, Petzold A, Schuster S (2014) Fungal alternative splicing is associated with multicellular complexity and virulence: a genome-wide multi-species study. DNA Res 21(1), 27-39.
Kraibooj K*, Park HR*, Dahse HM, Skerka C, Voigt K⁺, Figge MT⁺ (2014) Virulent strain of Lichtheimia corymbifera shows increased phagocytosis by macrophages as revealed by automated microscopy image analysis. Mycoses 57(Suppl. 3), 56-66, */⁺authors contributed equally.
Linde J, Schwartze V, Binder U, Lass-Flörl C, Voigt K, Horn F (2014) De Novo Whole-Genome Sequence and Genome Annotation of Lichtheimia ramosa. Genome Announc 2(5), e00888-14.
Mendoza L, Vilela R, Voelz K, Ibrahim AS, Voigt K, Lee SC (2014) Human Fungal Pathogens of Mucorales and Entomophthorales. Cold Spring Harb Perspect Med 5(4), Chapter 27.
Park HP, Voigt K (2014) Interaction of Zygomycetes with innate immune cells reconsidered with respect to ecology, morphology, evolution and infection biology: a mini-review. Mycoses 57(Suppl. 3), 31-39.