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Irina Spacova
Irina Spacova
Assistant professor, University of Antwerp
Verified email at uantwerpen.be
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Intranasal administration of probiotic Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG prevents birch pollen‐induced allergic asthma in a murine model
I Spacova, MI Petrova, A Fremau, L Pollaris, J Vanoirbeek, JL Ceuppens, ...
Allergy 74 (1), 100-110, 2019
1062019
Probiotics for the airways: potential to improve epithelial and immune homeostasis
K Martens, B Pugin, I De Boeck, I Spacova, B Steelant, SF Seys, S Lebeer, ...
Allergy 73 (10), 1954-1963, 2018
862018
Lactobacilli have a niche in the human nose
I De Boeck, MFL van den Broek, CN Allonsius, I Spacova, S Wittouck, ...
Cell reports 31 (8), 2020
822020
EUFOREA Rhinology Research Forum 2016: report of the brainstorming sessions on needs and priorities in rhinitis and rhinosinusitis
PW Hellings, CA Akdis, C Bachert, J Bousquet, B Pugin, G Adriaensen, ...
Rhinology 55 (3), 202-210, 2017
552017
Cotton and surgical face masks in community settings: bacterial contamination and face mask hygiene
L Delanghe, E Cauwenberghs, I Spacova, I De Boeck, W Van Beeck, ...
Frontiers in medicine 8, 732047, 2021
482021
Lactobacillus rhamnosus probiotic prevents airway function deterioration and promotes gut microbiome resilience in a murine asthma model
I Spacova, W Van Beeck, S Seys, F Devos, J Vanoirbeek, J Vanderleyden, ...
Gut Microbes 11 (6), 1729-1744, 2020
482020
Future of probiotics and prebiotics and the implications for early career researchers
I Spacova, HB Dodiya, AU Happel, C Strain, D Vandenheuvel, X Wang, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 11, 550088, 2020
382020
The role of lactobacilli in inhibiting skin pathogens
L Delanghe, I Spacova, J Van Malderen, E Oerlemans, I Claes, S Lebeer
Biochemical Society Transactions 49 (2), 617-627, 2021
372021
Selective targeting of skin pathobionts and inflammation with topically applied lactobacilli
S Lebeer, EFM Oerlemans, I Claes, T Henkens, L Delanghe, S Wuyts, ...
Cell Reports Medicine 3 (2), 2022
322022
Probiotics against airway allergy: host factors to consider
I Spacova, JL Ceuppens, SF Seys, MI Petrova, S Lebeer
Disease models & mechanisms 11 (7), dmm034314, 2018
312018
Lactic acid bacteria as probiotics for the nose?
I De Boeck, I Spacova, OM Vanderveken, S Lebeer
Microbial biotechnology 14 (3), 859-869, 2021
302021
Expression of fluorescent proteins in Lactobacillus rhamnosus to study host–microbe and microbe–microbe interactions
I Spacova, E Lievens, T Verhoeven, H Steenackers, J Vanderleyden, ...
Microbial biotechnology 11 (2), 317-331, 2018
272018
Demonstrating the involvement of an active efflux mechanism in the intestinal absorption of chlorogenic acid and quinic acid using a Caco-2 bidirectional permeability assay
O MortelÚ, J J÷rissen, I Spacova, S Lebeer, ALN van Nuijs, N Hermans
Food & function 12 (1), 417-425, 2021
262021
Topical microbial therapeutics against respiratory viral infections
I Spacova, I De Boeck, PA Bron, P Delputte, S Lebeer
Trends in Molecular Medicine 27 (6), 538-553, 2021
232021
Topical cream with live lactobacilli modulates the skin microbiome and reduce acne symptoms
S Lebeer, E Oerlemans, I Claes, S Wuyts, T Henkens, I Spacova, ...
BioRxiv, 463307, 2018
232018
Engineering Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG and GR-1 to express HIV-inhibiting griffithsin
MI Petrova, MFL van den Broek, I Spacova, TLA Verhoeven, J Balzarini, ...
International journal of antimicrobial agents 52 (5), 599-607, 2018
232018
Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of a throat spray with selected lactobacilli in COVID-19 outpatients
I De Boeck, E Cauwenberghs, I Spacova, T Gehrmann, T Eilers, ...
Microbiology Spectrum 10 (5), e01682-22, 2022
212022
Exploring human host–microbiome interactions in health and disease—how to not get lost in translation
S Lebeer, I Spacova
Genome biology 20, 1-3, 2019
182019
Lacticaseibacillus rhamnosus GG inhibits infection of human keratinocytes by Staphylococcus aureus through mechanisms involving cell surface molecules and pH reduction
I Spacova, C O’neill, S Lebeer
Beneficial microbes 11 (7), 703-715, 2020
172020
Spontaneous riboflavin-overproducing Limosilactobacillus reuteri for biofortification of fermented foods
I Spacova, S Ahannach, A Breynaert, I Erreygers, S Wittouck, PA Bron, ...
Frontiers in Nutrition 9, 916607, 2022
152022
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