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Papilloma virus evolution and dermatology


Mengual-Chuliá B., Wibbelt G., Gottschling M. & Bravo I.G. (2018): Two novel, distantly related papillomaviruses isolated from healthy skin of the Timor deer (Rusa timorensis). Genome Announc 6: e00505-18. Article


García-Pérez R., Gottschling M., G. Wibbelt & Bravo I.G. (2013): Multiple evolutionary origins of bat papillomaviruses. Vet Microbiol 165: 51 – 60. (IF 2.726) Article


Mengual-Chuliá B., R. García-Pérez, M. Gottschling, I. Nindl & Bravo I.G. (2012): Novel animal papillomavirus sequences and accurate phylogenetic placement. Mol Phylogenet Evol 65: 883 – 891. (IF 4.066) Article

Schulz E., M. Gottschling, R.G. Ullrich, D. Richter, E. Stockfleth & Nindl I. (2012): Isolation of three novel rat and mouse papillomaviruses and their genomic characterization. PLoS One 7: e47164. (IF 3.730) Article


Köhler A., M. Gottschling, K. Manning, M.D. Lehmann, E. Schulz, D. Krüger-Corcoran, E. Stockfleth & Nindl I. (2011): Genomic characterization of ten novel cutaneous human papillomaviruses from keratotic lesions of immunosuppressed patients. J Gen Virol 92: 1585 – 1594. (IF 3.363) Article

Gottschling M., M. Göker, A. Stamatakis, O.R.P. Bininda-Emonds, I. Nindl & Bravo I.G. (2011): Quantifying the phylodynamic forces driving papillomavirus evolution. Mol Biol Evol 28: 2101 – 2113. (IF 5.550) Article

Gottschling M., I.G. Bravo, E. Schulz, M.A. Bracho Lapiedra, R. Deaville, P.D. Jepson, M.-F. Van Bressem, E. Stockfleth & Nindl I. (2011): Modular organizations of novel cetacean papillomaviruses. Mol Phylogenet Evol 59: 34 – 42. (IF 3.609) Article

Bravo I.G., S. de Sanjosé Llongueras & Gottschling M. (2011): Papillomaviruses and Darwinian classification: response to VanDoorslaer et al. [Letters Response]. Trends Microbiol 19: 50 – 51. (IF 7.910) Article


Bravo I.G., S. de Sanjosé Llongueras & Gottschling M. (2010): The clinical importance of knowledge about papillomavirus evolution. Trends Microbiol 18: 432 – 438. (IF 7.500) Article

Köhler A., M. Gottschling, J. Förster, J. Röwert-Huber, E. Stockfleth & Nindl I. (2010): Genomic characterization of a novel human papillomavirus (HPV-117) assigned to Alphapapillomavirus isolated from a persisting wart. Virology 399: 129 – 133. (IF 3.305) Article


Schulz E., Gottschling M., Wibbelt G., Stockfleth E. & Nindl I. (2009): Isolation and genomic characterization of the first Norway rat (Rattus norvegicus) papillomavirus and its phylogenetic position within Pipapillomavirus, primarily infecting rodents. J Gen Virol 90: 2609 – 2614. (IF 3.260). Article

Gottschling M., Göker M., Köhler A., Lehmann M.D., Stockfleth E. & Nindl I. (2009): Cutaneotropic beta-/gamma-HPV types are rarely shared between family members. J Invest Dermatol 129: 2427 – 2434. (IF: 5.543). Article

Nindl I., Köhler A., Förster J., Gottschling M. & Stockfleth E. (2009): Novel HPV types in cutaneous warts of immunosuppressed organ transplant recipients. J Dtsch Dermatol Ges 7: 849.

Schulz E., Gottschling M., Bravo I.G., Wittstatt U., Stockfleth E. & Nindl I. (2009): Genomic characterization of the first insectivoran papillomavirus reveals a unsusally long, second non-coding region and indicates a close rationship to Betapapillomavirus. J Gen Virol 90: 626 – 633. (IF: 3.260) Article


Gottschling M., Wibbelt G., Wittstatt U., Stockfleth E., Nindl I. (2008): Novel papillomavirus isolates from Erinaceus europaeus (Erinaceidae, Insectivora) and the Cervidae (Artiodactyla), Cervus timorensis and Pudu puda, and phylogenetic analysis of partial sequence data. Virus Genes 36: 281 – 287. (IF 2007: 1.376) Article


Nindl I., Gottschling M., Krawtchenko N.J., Lehmann M.D., Röwert-Huber J., Eberle J., Stockfleth E. & Forschner T. (2007): Low prevalence of p53, p16INK4a and Ha-ras tumour-specific mutations in low-graded actinic keratosis. Brit J Dermatol 156 (Suppl 3): 34 – 39. (IF: 3.503) Article

Gottschling M., Stamatakis A., Nindl I., Stockfleth E., Alonso À., & Bravo I.G. (2007): Multiple evolutionary mechanisms drive papillomavirus diversification. Mol Biol Evol 24: 1242 – 1258. (IF: 6.438) Article

Nindl I., Köhler A., Gottschling M., Forschner T., Lehmann M., Meijer C.J.L.M., Snijders P.J.F & Stockfleth E. (2007): Extension of typing of a general-primer-PCR reverse line blotting system to detect all 25 cutaneous beta human papillomaviruses. J Virol Methods 146: 1 – 4. (IF: 1.933) Article

Köhler A., Forschner T., Meyer T., Ulrich C., Gottschling M., Stockfleth E. & Nindl I. (2007): Multifocal distribution of cutaneous human papillomavirus types in hairs from different skin areas. Brit J Dermatol 156: 1078 – 1080. (IF: 3.503) Article

Gottschling M., Köhler A., Stockfleth E. & Nindl I. (2007): Phylogenetic analysis of beta-papillomaviruses as inferred from nucleotide and amino acid sequence data. Mol Phylogenet Evol 42: 213 – 222. (IF: 3.994) Article

Nindl I., Gottschling M. & Stockfleth E. (2007): Human papillomaviruses and non-melanoma skin cancer: Basic virology and clinical manifestations. Dis Markers 23: 1 – 13. (IF: 1.794) Article


Dang C., Gottschling M., Röwert-Huber J., Forschner T., Stockfleth E. & Nindl I. (2006): Tenascin-C expression increases during cutaneous squamous cell cancer development. Brit J Dermatol 155: 763 – 770. (IF: 3.334) Article

Dang C., Gottschling M., Manning K., O'Currain E., Schneider S., Sterry W., Stockfleth E. & Nindl I. (2006): Identification of dysregulated genes in cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma. Oncol Rep 16: 513 – 519. (IF: 1.567) Article