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Antifungal activity of phenolic compounds identified in flowers from North Eastern Portugal against Candida species
  • Future Microbiology, 9(2), 139-146, 2014
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Antifungal activity of natural extracts from Northeastern Portuguese flowers against Candida biofilms
  • Biofilms 5 - International Conference. No. 228, Paris, France, 10-12 December, 157-158, 2012
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Effect of progesterone on Candida albicans vaginal pathogenicity
  • INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY, 304(8), 1011-1017, 2014
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Candida albicans promotes invasion and colonisation of Candida glabrata in a reconstituted human vaginal epithelium
  • Journal of Infection, 69(4), 396-407, 2014
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Natural extracts from wild flowers used in Portuguese folk medicine like a new antifungal agents against Candida species
  • 11th ASM Conference on Candida and Candidiasis. No. 7A, San Francisco, USA, 29th March - 2nd April, 75-76, 2012
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Impact of alternative carbon sources and antifungal treatment on Candida glabrata biofilms’ transcription profile
  • SPB2016 - Book of Abstracts XIX National Congress of Biochemistry. No. P9/05, Guimarães, Portugal, Dec 8-10, 129, 2016
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The carboxylic acid transporters Jen1 and Jen2 affect the architecture and fluconazole susceptibility of Candida albicans biofilm in the presence of lactate
  • BIOFOULING, 33(10), 943-954, 2017
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Lactic acid increases the susceptibility of Candida albicans to fluconazole
  • SPB2016 - Book of Abstracts XIX National Congress of Biochemistry. No. O6/05, Guimarães, Portugal, Dec 8-10, 41, 2016
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Application of antisense oligomers based approaches to control candidiasis
  • Book of Abstracts of CEB Annual Meeting 2017. Braga, 6 July, 22, 2017. ISBN: 978-989-97478-8-3
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Antisense oligomers based approaches for controlling Candida albicans filamentation
  • 14th ASM Conference on Candida and Candidiasis. No. 16A, Rhode Island, USA, April 15-19, 41, 2018
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Portrait of Candida species biofilm regulatory network genes
  • Trends in Microbiology, 25(1), 62-75, 2017
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Identification of genetic transcriptional factors involved in non-Candida albicans Candida species biofilm development
  • Biofilms 7 - Microbial Works of Art. No. P3: 69, Porto, Portugal, June 26-28, 2016. ISBN: 978-989-97478-7-6
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Candida glabrata and Candida albicans single and co-colonization of acrylic in presence of saliva
  • Conference Handbook of the 4th International Conference Biofilms IV: Communities Bridging Disciplines. No. 25, Winchester, UK, 1-3 September, 36, 2010
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Anti-EFG1 oligomer able to control Candida albicans filamentation in human body fluids
  • 4th Meeting of Medicinal Biotechnology. Porto, Portugal, May 17, 15, 2019
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Characterization of phenolic compounds in wild medicinal flowers from Portugal by HPLC–DAD–ESI/MS and evaluation of antifungal properties
  • Industrial Crops and Products, 44, 104-110, 2013
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Antifungal activity and detailed chemical characterization of Cistus ladanifer phenolic extracts
  • Industrial Crops and Products, 41, 41-45, 2013
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Cistus ladanifer as a source of phenolic compounds with antifungal activity
  • PLANTA MEDICA, 78(11), 1126-1126, 2012
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The CgHaa1-dependent pathway mediates Candida glabrata response and tolerance to acetic acid thereby enhancing colonization of vaginal epithelium
  • XX Jornadas de Biologia de Leveduras “Professor Nicolau Van Uden”. Lisbon, Portugal, July 11-12, 44-45, 2014
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  • Bernardo, Ruben T.; Cunha, Diana V.; Wang, Can; Chibana, Hiroji; Silva, Sónia C.; Sá-Correia, Isabel; Azeredo, Joana; Butler, Geraldine; Mira, Nuno P.
Genetic adaptive mechanisms mediating response and tolerance to acetic acid stress in the human pathogen Candida glabrata: role of the CgHaa1-dependent signaling pathway
  • ISSY 2015 - 32nd International Specialized Symposium on Yeasts (Yeasts Biodiversity and Biotechnology in the Twenty-First Century - Book of Abstracts). Perugia, Italy, Sep 13-17, 17-17, 2015. ISBN: 978-88-99407-00-1
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  • Bernardo, Ruben T.; Cunha, Diana V.; Wang, Can; Pereira, Leonel P.; Silva, Sónia C.; Salazar, Sara B.; Schröder, Markus S.; Okamoto, Michiyo; Takahashi-Nakaguchi, Azusa; Chibana, Hiroji; Aoyama, Toshihiro; Sá-Correia, Isabel; Azeredo, Joana; Butler, Geraldine; Mira, Nuno Pereira
The CgHaa1-regulon mediates response and tolerance to acetic acid stress in the human pathogen Candida glabrata
  • G3-Genes Genomes Genetics, 7(1), 1-18, 2017
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Insights on Non-Candida albicans Candida species virulence factors
  • Book of Abstracts of the 2nd Meeting of the Institute for Biotechnology and Bioengineering. Braga, Portugal, 23-24 October, 58-58, 2010. ISBN: 978-972-97810-6-3
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Adhesion of non-Candida albicans Candida spp to urinary epithelial cells
  • ASM Conference on Candida and Candidiasis: Book of Abstracts. Miami, March 22nd–26th, 125, 2010
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Evaluation of the action of several antifungal agents in Candida species biofilms
  • Biofilms 2009 - 5th ASM Conference on Biofilms. No. A118, Cancun, Mexico, November 15-19, 80-80, 2009. ISBN: 9781555815707
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Participation of Candida albicans transcription factor Rlm1 in cell wall biogenesis and virulence
  • PLoS One, 9(1), 1-13, 2014
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Effect of voriconazole on Candida tropicalis biofilms: Relation with ERG genes expression
  • MYCOPATHOLOGIA, 181(9), 643-651, 2016
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Candida tropicalis biofilm's matrix—involvement on its resistance to amphotericin B
  • Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease, 83(2), 165-169, 2015
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Candida albicans virulence and drug-resistance requires the O-acyltransferase Gup1p
  • BMC Microbiology, 10(238), 1-14, 2010
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Candida tropicalis biofilm is highly influenced by the environmental human pH
  • Biofilms 7 - Microbial Works of Art. No. P3: 7, Porto, Portugal, June 26-28, 2016. ISBN: 978-989-97478-7-6
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Candida tropicalis biofilm and human epithelium invasion is highly influenced by environmental pH
  • Pathogens and Disease, 74(8), ftw101, 2016
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Effects of fluconazole on Candida glabrata biofilms and its relationship with ABC transporter gene expression
  • BIOFOULING, 30(4), 447-457, 2014
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Antibiofilm activity of propolis extract on Fusarium species from onychomycosis
  • Future Microbiology, 12(14), 1311-1321, 2017
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Hormones modulate Candida vaginal isolates biofilm formation and decrease their susceptibility to azoles and hydrogen peroxide
  • Medical Mycology, No. myz070, 2019
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Progesterone modulates Candida albicans biofilm formation / expression
  • EUROBIOFILMS 2017 - 5th European Congress on Microbial Biofilms. No. 037, Amesterdam, Netherlands, 19-22 September, 109, 2017
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Candida albicans vulvovaginal biofilm response to progesterone: genes involved
  • Biofilms 7 - Microbial Works of Art. No. P3: 56, Porto, Portugal, June 26-28, 2016. ISBN: 978-989-97478-7-6
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Vulvovaginal candidiasis: Epidemiology, microbiology and risk factors
  • Critical Reviews in Microbiology, 42(6), 905-927, 2016
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Insights in non-Candida albicans Candida biofilms
  • MicroBiotec09 - Book of Abstracts. Vilamoura, Portugal, 28-30 Nov, 2009. ISBN: 978-972-97810-6-3
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Cell wall proteins profiles of non-Candida albicans Candida species
  • Mycoses, 52(Suppl. 1), 104-105, 2009
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11. O impacto clínico de biofilmes de espécies de Candida
  • In Azevedo NF, Cerca N (ed.). Biofilmes - Na Saúde, No Ambiente, Na Indústria, Porto, Portugal: Publindustria Lda, 2012. ISBN: 978-972-8953935, 95-103
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Candida biofilms gene determinants
  • In Nuno Cerca. Impact of Biofilms in Health – a Transcriptomic Perspective, Braga: Centro de Engenharia Biológica, Universidade do Minho, 2015. ISBN: 978-989-97478-6-9, 281-298
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Bioactive properties and functional constituents of Hypericum androsaemum L.: A focus on the phenolic profile
  • Food Research International, 89, Part 1, 422-431, 2016
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New perspectives of Juglans regia L. phytochemicals against Candida species
  • TEMPH2014 - Trends in Environmental Microbiology for Public Health. Lisboa, Portugal, Sep. 18-21, 2014
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Contribution of plant-derived phenolic compounds to combat Candida species biofilms
  • Biofilms 7 - Microbial Works of Art. No. P3: 12, Porto, Portugal, June 26-28, 2016. ISBN: 978-989-97478-7-6
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Phenolic extracts from plant origin in phytotherapy against Candida species
  • II Encontro de Jovens Investigadores do do Instituto Politécnico de Bragança. Bragança, Portugal, 12-14 Novembro, 2014
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Activity of phenolic compounds from plant origin against Candida species
  • Industrial Crops and Products, 74, 648-670, 2015
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In vivo anti-Candida activity of phenolic extracts and compounds: future perspectives focusing effective clinical interventions
  • BioMed Research International, 2015(247382), 1-14, 2015
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Decoction, infusion and hydroalcoholic extract of Origanum vulgare L.: different performances regarding bioactivity and phenolic compounds
  • Food Chemistry, 158, 73-80, 2014
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Evaluation of bioactive properties and phenolic compounds in different extracts prepared from Salvia officinalis L.
  • Food Chemistry, 170, 378-385, 2015
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Phenolic compounds in decoction, infusion and hydroalcoholic extract of cultivated thyme (Thymus vulgaris L.) with bioactive properties
  • 8th World Congress on Polyphenols Applications. Lisbon, Portugal, June 5-6, 2014
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Decoction, infusion and hydroalcoholic extract of cultivated thyme: Antioxidant and antibacterial activities, and phenolic characterisation
  • Food Chemistry, 167, 131-137, 2015
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The use of different phenolic compounds rich extracts obtained from cultivated thyme for antioxidant and antibacterial purposes
  • Chemotherapy: Open Access, 4(2), 57-57, 2015