1. Jaskiewicz M., Orlowska M., Olizarowicz G., Migon D., Grzywacz D., Kamysz W., Rapid Screening of Antimicrobial Synthetic Peptides. Int J Pept Res Ther 22(2), 155-161 (2016).

2. Pikula M., Zielinski M., Specjalski K., Baranska-Rybak W., Dawgul M., Langa P., Jassem E., Kamysz W., Trzonkowski P., In Vitro Evaluation of the Allergic Potential of Antibacterial Peptides: Camel and Citropin. Chem Biol Drug Des 87(4), 562-568 (2016).

3. Bochenska O., Rapala-Kozik M., Wolak N., Kamysz W., Grzywacz D., Aoki W., Ueda M., Kozik A., Inactivation of human kininogen-derived antimicrobial peptides by secreted aspartic proteases produced by the pathogenic yeast Candida albicans. Biol Chem 396(12), 1369-1375 (2015).

4. Bauer M., Maciejewska M., Dawgul M., Grzywacz D., Kamysz W., Activity of Antimicrobial Peptides Against Bacterial Biofilms Formed on Contact Lenses. J Pept Sci 20, S264-S265, Supplement: 1, Meeting Abstract: P247 (2014).

5. Bochenska O., Rapala-Kozik M., Wolak N., Kamysz W., Grzywacz D., Aoki W., Ueda M., Kozik A., Contribution of secreted aspartic proteases of pathogenic yeast Candida albicans to the neutralization of antimicrobial function of human high molecular weight kininogen. FEBS J 281, 735-736, Supplement: 1,  Special Issue: SI,  Meeting Abstract: WED-349 (2014).

6. Salaga M., Polepally P.R., Sobczak M., Grzywacz D., Kamysz W., Sibaev A., Storr M., Do Rego J.C., Zjawiony J.K., Fichna J., Novel Orally Available Salvinorin A Analog PR-38 Inhibits Gastrointestinal Motility and Reduces Abdominal Pain in Mouse Models Mimicking Irritable Bowel Syndrome. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 350(1), 69-78 (2014).

7. Ostrowska K., Kamysz W., Dawgul M., Rozalski A., Synthetic Amphibian Peptides and Short Amino-Acids Derivatives Against Planktonic Cells and Mature Biofilm of Providencia stuartii Clinical Strains. Pol J Microbiol 63(4), 423-431 (2014).

8. Fichna J., Mazur M., Grzywacz D., Kamysz W., Perlikowska R., Piekielna J., Sobczak M., Salaga M., Toth G., Janecka A., Chen C.Q., Olczak J., Novel glycosylated endomorphin-2 analog produces potent centrally-mediated antinociception in mice after peripheral administration. Bioorg Med Chem Lett 23(24), 6673-6676 (2013).

9. Bras G., Bochenska O., Rapala-Kozik M., Guevara-Lora I., Faussner A., Kamysz W., Kozik A., Release of biologically active kinin peptides, Met-Lys-bradykinin and Leu-Met-Lys-bradykinin from human kininogens by two major secreted aspartic proteases of Candida parapsilosis. Peptides 48, 114-123 (2013).

10. Karkowska-Kuleta J., Kedracka-Krok S., Rapala-Kozik M., Kamysz W., Bielinska S., Karafova A., Kozik A., Molecular determinants of the interaction between human high molecular weight kininogen and Candida albicans cell wall: Identification of kininogen-binding proteins on fungal cell wall and mapping the cell wall-binding regions on kininogen molecule. Peptides 32(12), 2488-2496 (2011).

11. Sikorska E., Greber K., Rodziewicz-Motowidlo S., Szultka L., Lukasiak J., Kamysz W., Synthesis and antimicrobial activity of truncated fragments and analogs of citropin 1.1: The solution structure of the SDS micelle-bound citropin-like peptides. J Struct Biol 168(2), 250-258 (2009).

12. Baranska-Rybak W., Szultka L., Sokolowska-Wojdylo M., Naumiuk L., Nowicki R., Kamysz W., Roszkiewicz J., Are the superantigens producing Staphylococcus aureus strains more resistant to antimicrobial peptides? J Invest Dermatol 129, S16-S16 (2009).

13. Ciarkowski J., Mickiewicz B., Kamysz E., Kamysz W., Rodziewicz-Motowido S., New analogues of the antimicrobial gramicidin S. J Pept Sci 14(8), 99-99 Supplement: S (2008).