Acknowledgments or Autorship

Manuscripts and grants presenting work supported by our lab should include the following acknowledgement:

"This work was supproted by the Histopathology Unit of the IGC (Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência)"

Be sure to also provide us a copy of published reports.
Autorship is not mandatory but inclusion of the Pathologist or Histotechnician may be beneficial for the purposes of manuscript preparation and peer-review. Please consider autorship for the pathologist or Histotechnician when our staff is significantly involved in experimental design and sample preparation, in generating a major portion of results and analysis, and/or in manuscript preparation.

Publications over the last 5 years




Ballesteros-Arias, L.; Silva, J. G.; Paiva, R. A.; Carbonetto, B.; Faísca, P. and Martins, V. C.. T Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia as a Consequence of Thymus Autonomy. Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950). 2019. [doi]


Agua-Doce, Ana; Caridade, Marta; Oliveira, Vanessa G.; Bergman, Lisa; Lafaille, Maria C.; Lafaille, Juan J.; Demengeot, Jocelyne and Graca, Luis. Route of Antigen Presentation Can Determine the Selection of Foxp3-Dependent or Foxp3-Independent Dominant Immune Tolerance. The Journal of Immunology. 2018;200(1):101–109. [doi]

Rodrigues-Duarte, Lurdes; Pandya, Yash; Neres, Rita and Penha-Gonçalves, Carlos. Fetal and Maternal Innate Immunity Receptors Have Opposing Effects on the Severity of Experimental Malaria in Pregnancy: Beneficial Roles for Fetus-Derived Toll-Like Receptor 4 and Type I Interferon Receptor 1. Infection and Immunity. 2018;86(5). [doi]


Pirzgalska, Roksana M.; Seixas, Elsa; Seidman, Jason S.; Link, Verena M.; Sánchez, Noelia Martínez; Mahú, Inês; Mendes, Raquel; Gres, Vitka; Kubasova, Nadiya; Morris, Imogen; Arús, Bernardo A.; Larabee, Chelsea M.; Vasques, Miguel; Tortosa, Francisco; Sousa, Ana L.; Anandan, Sathyavathy; Tranfield, Erin; Hahn, Maureen K.; Iannacone, Matteo; Spann, Nathanael J.; Glass, Christopher K. and Domingos, Ana I.. Sympathetic neuron-associated macrophages contribute to obesity by importing and metabolizing norepinephrine. Nature Medicine. 2017;23(11):1309–1318. [doi]

Bergman, Marie-Louise; Lopes-Carvalho, Thiago; Martins, Ana-Catarina; Grieco, Fabio A.; Eizirik, Décio L. and Demengeot, Jocelyne. Tolerogenic insulin peptide therapy precipitates type 1 diabetes. The Journal of Experimental Medicine. 2017;214(7):2153–2156. [doi]

Weis, Sebastian; Carlos, Ana Rita; Moita, Maria Raquel; Singh, Sumnima; Blankenhaus, Birte; Cardoso, Silvia; Larsen, Rasmus; Rebelo, Sofia; Schäuble, Sascha; Del Barrio, Laura; Mithieux, Gilles; Rajas, Fabienne; Lindig, Sandro; Bauer, Michael and Soares, Miguel P.. Metabolic Adaptation Establishes Disease Tolerance to Sepsis. Cell. 2017;169(7):1263–1275.e14. [doi]

Ministro, Augusto; de Oliveira, Paula; Nunes, Raquel J.; Dos Santos Rocha, André; Correia, Adriana; Carvalho, Tânia; Rino, José; Faísca, Pedro; Becker, Jorg D.; Goyri-O'Neill, João; Pina, Filomena; Poli, Esmeralda; Silva-Santos, Bruno; Pinto, Fausto; Mareel, Marc; Serre, Karine and Constantino Rosa Santos, Susana. Low-dose ionizing radiation induces therapeutic neovascularization in a pre-clinical model of hindlimb ischemia. Cardiovascular Research. 2017;113(7):783–794. [doi]

Fior, Rita; Póvoa, Vanda; Mendes, Raquel V.; Carvalho, Tânia; Gomes, António; Figueiredo, Nuno and Ferreira, Miguel Godinho. Single-cell functional and chemosensitive profiling of combinatorial colorectal therapy in zebrafish xenografts. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2017;114(39):E8234–E8243. [doi]