Publications

Seyedmousavi S, Bosco SMG, de Hoog S, Ebel F, Elad D, Gomes RR, Jacobsen ID, Martel A, Mignon B, Pasmans F, Piecková E, Rodrigues AM, Singh K, Vicente VA, Wibbelt G, Wiederhold NP, Guillot J (2018) Fungal infections in animals: a patchwork of different situations. Med Mycol 56(suppl_1), 165-187. (Review)
Templeton SP, Rivera A, Hube B, Jacobsen ID (2018) Editorial: Immunity to human fungal pathogens: Mechanisms of host recognition, protection, pathology, and fungal interference. Front Immunol 9, 2337. (Review)
Cunha C, Gonçalves SM, Duarte-Oliveira C, Leite L, Lagrou K, Marques A, Lupiañez CB, Mesquita I, Gaifem J, Barbosa AM, Pinho Vaz C, Branca R, Campilho F, Freitas F, Ligeiro D, Lass-Flörl C, Löffler J, Jurado M, Saraiva M, Kurzai O, Rodrigues F, Castro AG, Silvestre R, Sainz J, Maertens JA, Torrado E, Jacobsen ID, Lacerda JF, Campos A, Carvalho A (2017) IL-10 overexpression predisposes to invasive aspergillosis by suppressing antifungal immunity. J Allergy Clin Immunol 140(3), 867-870.e9.
Halder LD, Abdelfatah MA, Jo EA, Jacobsen ID, Westermann M, Beyersdorf N, Lorkowski S, Zipfel PF, Skerka C (2017) Factor H Binds to Extracellular DNA Traps Released from Human Blood Monocytes in Response to Candida albicans. Front Immunol 7, 671.
Jacobsen ID, Hube B (2017) Candida albicans morphology: still in focus. Expert Rev Anti Infect Ther 15(4), 327-330. (Review)
Niemiec MJ, Kapitan M, Polke M, Jacobsen ID (2017) Commensal to Pathogen Transition of Candida albicans. In: Elsevier (ed.) Reference Module in Life Sciences 2017 Elsevier. ISBN: 9780128096338. (Review)
Polke M, Jacobsen I (2017) A Flow-assay for Farnesol Removal from Adherent Candida albicans Cultures. Bio-protocol 7(19), e2562.
Polke M, Jacobsen ID (2017) Quorum sensing by farnesol revisited. Curr Genet 63(5), 791-797. (Review)
Polke M, Sprenger M, Scherlach K, Albán-Proaño MC, Martin R, Hertweck C, Hube B, Jacobsen ID (2017) A functional link between hyphal maintenance and quorum sensing in Candida albicans. Mol Microbiol 103(4), 595-617.
Schulze B, Rambach G, Schwartze VU, Voigt K, Schubert K, Speth C, Jacobsen ID (2017) Ketoacidosis alone does not predispose to mucormycosis by Lichtheimia in a murine pulmonary infection model. Virulence 8(8), 1657-1667.