Lectures and seminars

Seminar - Polyfunctional T-cells in infection (Prof S Stenger)

2014-06-0214:00 Föreläsningssal 4U (SOLEN), Alfred Nobels Allé 8Campus Huddinge

Polyfunctional T-cells in infection

by Prof S Stenger

Prof of Medical Microbiology
Chief of the Dept of Medical Microbiology, Univ of Ulm, Germany 

Some of his recent publications

Type I interferon suppresses type II interferon-triggered human anti-mycobacterial responses.
Teles R, Graeber T, Krutzik S, Montoya D, Schenk M, Lee D, et al
Science 2013 Mar;339(6126):1448-53

Abelson tyrosine kinase controls phagosomal acidification required for killing of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in human macrophages.
Bruns H, Stegelmann F, Fabri M, Döhner K, van Zandbergen G, Wagner M, et al
J. Immunol. 2012 Oct;189(8):4069-78

Anti-TNF immunotherapy reduces CD8+ T cell-mediated antimicrobial activity against Mycobacterium tuberculosis in humans.
Bruns H, Meinken C, Schauenberg P, Härter G, Kern P, Modlin R, et al
J. Clin. Invest. 2009 May;119(5):1167-77

Contact person: Markus Maeurer