We study the roles of secondary metabolites in interactions among fungi, plants and arthropods. Most of our projects focus on mycotoxins and ecological chemistry but we also investigate selected aspects of plant diseases caused by vascular pathogens and Fusarium species. Furthermore, we provide services in analytical chemistry and participate on applied research projects on mycotoxins and food safety.
Gamliel A, Dehne HW, Karlovsky P, Fletcher J: Detection of mycotoxins in food: applications of rapid and reliable tools in a biosecurity context. In: Practical Tools for Plant and Food Biosecurity (2017) 8: 143-162.
Beule L, Grüning MM, Karlovsky P, l-M-Arnold A: Changes of Scots pine phyllosphere and soil fungal communities during outbreaks of defoliating insects. Forests (2017) 8: 316. OPEN ACCESS.
Hassan YI, He JW, Perilla N, Tang K, Karlovsky P, Zhou T: Enzymatic epimerization of deoxynivalenol by Devosia mutans proceeds through the formation of 3-keto-DON intermediate. Scif. Reports (2017) 7: 6929. OPEN ACCESS.
Knüfer J, Lopisso DT, Koopmann B, Karlovsky B, von Tiedemann A: Assessment of latent infection with Verticillium longisporum in field-grown oilseed rape by qPCR. Eur J Plant Path (2017) 147: 819-831
ten Bosch L, Pfohl K, Avramidis G, Wieneke S, Viöl W, Karlovsky P: Plasma-based degradation of mycotoxins produced by Fusarium, Aspergillus and Alternaria. Toxins (2017) 9: 97 (12 pages) OPEN ACCESS
Wemheuer F, Kaiser K, Karlovsky P, Daniel R, Vidal S, Wemheuer B: Bacterial endophyte communities of three agricultural important grass species differ in their response towards management regimes. Scif Reports (2017) 7: 40914 (13 pages) OPEN ACCESS
Uncu AO, Frary A, Karlovsky P, Doganlar S: High-throughput single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) identification and mapping in the sesame (Sesamum indicum L.) genome with genotyping by sequencing (GBS) analysis. Molecular Breeding (2016) 36: 173 (12 pages)
Sherif M, Becker EM, Herrfurth C, Feussner I, Karlovsky P, Splivallo R: Volatiles emitted from maize ears simultaneously infected with two Fusarium species mirror the most competitive fungal pathogen. Frontiers Plant Sci (2016) 7: 1460 (11 pages) OPEN ACCESS
Karlovsky P, Suman M, Berthiller F, De Meester J, Eisenbrand G, Perrin I, Oswald IP, Speijers G, Chiodini A, Recker T, Dussort P: Impact of food processing and detoxification treatments on mycotoxin contamination. Mycotoxin Research (2016) 32: 179-205. OPEN ACCESS.
Guo Z, Pfohl K, Karlovsky P, Dehne HW, Altincicek B: Fumonisin B1 and beauvericin accumulation in wheat kernels after seed-borne infection with Fusarium proliferatum. Agric Food Sci (2016) 25: 138-145. OPEN ACCESS
Chatterjee S, Kuang Y, Splivallo R, Chatterjee P, Karlovsky P: Interactions among filamentous fungi Aspergillus niger, Fusarium verticillioides and Clonostachys rosea: fungal biomass, diversity of secreted metabolites and fumonisin production. BMC Microbiology (2016) 16/83 (13 pp).OPEN ACCESS
Alkhedir H, Karlovsky P, Mashaly AMA, Vidal S: Specialization and host plant use of the common clones of Sitobion avenae (Homoptera: Aphididae). Appl Entomol Zool (2016) 51: 289-295.
Trümper C, Paffenholz K, Smit I, Kössler P, Karlovsky P, Braun HP, Pawelzik E: Identification of regulated proteins in naked barley grains (Hordeum vulgare nudum) after Fusarium graminearum infection at different grain ripening stages. J Proteomics (2016) 133: 86-92.
Karlovsky P (2016) Detoxification strategies for mycotoxins in plant breeding. In: Masked mycotoxins in food: formation, occurrence and toxicological relevance. Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, pp. 158-188.
Boehnke B, Karlovsky P, Pfohl K, Gamliel A, Isack Y, Dehne HW (2015): Identification of different Fusarium spp. in Allium spp. in Germany. Commun Agric Appl Biol Sci 80: 453-463.
Horbach R, Becher R, Deising H, Karlovsky P (2015): Method for biosynthesis of specific isotope-marked secondary metabolites. Patent application PATENT APPLICATION
Dastjerdi R and Karlovsky P (2015) Systemic infection of maize, sorghum, rice, and beet seedlings with fumonisin-producing and nonproducing Fusarium verticillioides strains. Plant Pathol J 31: 334-342. OPEN ACCESS
Amato B, Pfohl K, Tonti S, Nipoti P, Dastjerdi R, Pisi A, Karlovsky P and Prodi A (2015) Fusarium proliferatum and fumonisin B1 co-occur with Fusarium species causing Fusarium Head Blight in durum wheat in Italy. Journal of Applied Botany and Food Quality 88: 228-233. OPEN ACCESS
Trümper C, Paffenholz K, Smit I, Kössler P, Karlovsky P, Braun HP, Pawelzik E (2015) Identification of differently regulated proteins after Fusarium graminearum infection of emmer (Triticum dicoccum) at several grain ripening stages. Food Technology and Biotechnology 53: 261-268.OPEN ACCESS
Alkhedir H, Karlovsky P, Mashaly AMA, Vidal S (2015) Phylogenetic relationships of the symbiotic bacteria in the aphid Sitobion avenae (Hemiptera: Aphididae). Environmental Entomology 44: 1358-1366.
Kreuzberger M, Limsuwan S, Eggert K, Karlovsky P, Pawelzik E (2015) Impact of Fusarium spp. infection of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) on composition and quality of flour in association with EU maximum level for deoxynivalenol. Journal of Applied Botany and Food Quality 88:177-185. OPEN ACCESS
Al-Hadithi N, Kössler P, Karlovsky P (2015) Determination of ochratoxin A in wheat and maize by solid bar microextraction with liquid chromatography and fluorescence detection. Toxins 7:3000-3011. OPEN ACCESS
Syed RN, Laurentin H, Splivallo R, Karlovsky P (2015) Antifungal properties of extracts of sesame (Sesamum indicum L.). Int J Agric Biol 17:575-581. OPEN ACCESS
Zhu R, Feussner K, Wu T, Yan F, Karlovsky P, Zheng X (2015) Detoxification of mycotoxin patulin by the yeast Rhodosporidium paludigenum. Food Chemistry 179:1-5.
Ulferts S, Delventhal R, Splivallo R, Karlovsky P, Schaffrath U (2015) Abscisic acid negatively interferes with basal defence of barley against Magnaporthe oryzae. BMC Plant Biology 15/7.OPEN ACCESS
Zhu R, Yu T, Guo S, Hu H, Zheng X, Karlovsky P (2015) Effect of the yeast Rhodosporidium paludigenum on postharvest decay and patulin accumulation in apples and pears. J Food Prot 78:157-163.