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Nov-2019An updated conceptual model on the pathogenesis of bacterial vaginosisMuzny, Christina A.; Taylor, Christopher M.; Swords, W. Edward, et al.ArticleRestricted access (UMinho)
2015Assessing synergistic interaction between Gardnerella vaginalis and other urogenital pathogensCastro, Joana; Machado, Daniela Marlene da Silva; Cerca, NunoAbstractOpen access
Nov-2017Bacterial biofilms in the vaginaHardy, Liselotte; Cerca, Nuno; Jespers, Vicky, et al.ArticleOpen access
20-Jan-2016Bacterial vaginosis biofilms: challenges to current therapies and emerging solutionsMachado, D.; Castro, J.; Oliveira, Ana Palmeira de, et al.ArticleOpen access
2015BV and non-BV associated Gardnerella vaginalis establish similar synergistic interactions with other BV-associated microorganisms in dual-species biofilmsCastro, J.; Cerca, NunoArticleOpen access
2013Can a specific sub-group of biofilm- forming Gardnerella vaginalis strains be the real causative agent of bacterial vaginosis?Castro, Joana Isabel Reis; Machado, António; Alves, Patrícia Maria, et al.AbstractOpen access
2014Comparative genomics of Lactobacillus crispatus suggests novel mechanisms for the competitive exclusion of Gardnerella vaginalisOjala, Teija; Kankainen, Matti; Castro, J., et al.ArticleOpen access
2012Detection of Lactobacillus and Gardnerella species in vaginal samples by PNA-FISHMachado, António; Salgueiro, Débora; Almeida, Carina, et al.AbstractOpen access
7-Dec-2017Development of an in vitro vaginal exudate adhesion model for Bacterial VaginosisRosca, A.; Martins, A.; Castro, Joana Isabel Reis, et al.AbstractOpen access
17-Feb-2015Diagnosis of bacterial vaginosis by a new multiplex peptide nucleic acid fluorescence in situ hybridization methodMachado, António; Castro, J.; Cereija, Tatiana Barros Reis, et al.ArticleOpen access
Apr-2016Escherichia coli and Enterococcus faecalis are able to incorporate and enhance a pre-formed Gardnerella vaginalis biofilmCastro, Joana; Machado, D.; Cerca, NunoArticleOpen access
2013Fluorescence in situ hybridization method using peptide nucleic acid probes for rapid detection of Lactobacillus and Gardnerella sppMachado, António; Almeida, Carina; Salgueiro, D. A. L., et al.ArticleOpen access
2013Functional analysis of virulence potential from Gardnerella vaginalis and other anaerobes commonly associated with Bacterial vaginosisCastro, J.; Machado, António; Alves, Patrícia Maria, et al.AbstractOpen access
2019Gardnerella vaginalis enhances Atopobium vaginae viability in vitroCastro, Joana; Rosca, A.; Piet Cools, et al.AbstractOpen access
2015Gardnerella vaginalis gene expression in biofilmsCastro, Joana; Machado, Daniela; Cerca, NunoBook partRestricted access (Author)
5-Mar-2014Gardnerella vaginalis outcompetes 29 other bacterial species isolated from BV patients in an in vitro biofilm formation modelAlves, Patrícia Maria; Castro, J.; Sousa, Cármen, et al.ArticleOpen access
2017L. crispatus protects Hela cells against G. vaginalis cytotoxicityMartins, Paula; Castro, Joana Isabel Reis; Rosca, Aliona, et al.AbstractOpen access
Oct-2013Lactobacilli and its metabolites as potential probiotics against Gardnerella vaginalisCereija, Tatiana Barros Reis; Machado, António; Felgueiras, C., et al.AbstractOpen access
Apr-2018Lactobacillus crispatus represses vaginolysin expression by BV associated Gardnerella vaginalis and reduces cell cytotoxicityCastro, Joana; Martins, A.; Rodrigues, M. Elisa, et al.ArticleOpen access
2017Multiplex Peptide Nucleic Acid Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (PNA-FISH) for diagnosis of bacterial vaginosisMachado, António; Cerca, NunoBook partRestricted access (UMinho)