• 2023 m.

    Vepštaitė-Monstavičė, I., Ravoitytė, B., Būdienė, J., Valys, A., Lukša, J., Servienė, E. 2023. Essential oils of Mentha arvensis and Cinnamomum cassia exhibit distinct antibacterial activity at different temperatures in vitro and on chicken skin. Foods, 12 (21): art. no. 3938.

  • 2022 m.

    Ravoitytė, B., Lukša, J., Wellinger, R.E., Serva, S., Servienė, E. (2022) Adaptive response of Saccharomyces hosts to totiviridae L-A dsRNA viruses is achieved through intrinsically balanced action of targeted transcription factors. Journal of fungi, 8 (4): art. no. 381.

  • 2021 m.

    Stanevičienė, R., Lukša, J., Strazdaitė-Žielienė, Z., Ravoitytė, B., Losinska-Sičiūnienė, R., Mozūraitis, R., Servienė, E. (2021) Mycobiota in the carposphere of sour and sweet cherries and antagonistic features of potential biocontrol yeasts. Microorganisms, 9 (7): art. no. 1423.

  • 2020 m.

    Lukša, J., Vepštaitė-Monstavičė, I., Apšegaitė, V., Blažytė-Čereškienė, L., Stanevičienė, R., Strazdaitė-Žielienė, Ž., Ravoitytė, B., Aleknavičius, D., Būda, V., Mozūraitis, R., Servienė, E. (2020) Fungal microbiota of sea buckthorn berries at two ripening stages and volatile profiling of potential biocontrol yeasts. Microorganisms, 8 (3): art. no. 456.

  • 2020 m.

    Ravoitytė, B., Lukša, J., Yurchenko, V., Serva, S., Servienė, E. (2020) Saccharomyces paradoxus transcriptional alterations in cells of distinct phenotype and viral dsRNA content. Microorganisms, 8 (12): art. no. 1902.

  • 2018 m.

    Mikalkėnas, A., Ravoitytė, B., Tauraitė, D., Servienė, E., Meškys, R., Serva, S. (2018) Conjugation of phosphonoacetic acid to nucleobase promotes a mechanism-based inhibition. Journal of Enzyme Inhibition and Medicinal Chemistry. 33 (1): 384-389.

  • 2017 m.

    Ravoitytė, B., Wellinger, R.E. (2017) Non-Canonical Replication Initiation: You’re Fired! Genes. 8 (2): 54.

  • 2017 m.

    Lukša, J., Ravoitytė, B., Konovalovas, A., Aitmanaitė, L., Butenko, A., Yurchenko, V., Serva, S., Servienė, E. (2017) Different metabolic pathways are involved in response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to L-A and M viruses. Toxins. 9 (8): art. no. 233.