Lectures and seminars

CIM seminar: “Allorecognition in a basal chordate: the origins of missing-self recognition?”

2015-05-2013:00 CIM seminar room, F59Karolinska University Hospital, HuddingeCenter for Infectious Medicine

Anthony (Tony) DeTomaso, University of California Santa Barbara, USA, will give a seminar with the title: “Allorecognition in a basal chordate: the origins of missing-self recognition?”

Selected publications by DeTomaso

Botryllus schlosseri allorecognition: tackling the enigma.
Taketa D, De Tomaso A
Dev. Comp. Immunol. 2015 Jan;48(1):254-65

Allorecognition in a basal chordate consists of independent activating and inhibitory pathways.
McKitrick T, Muscat C, Pierce J, Bhattacharya D, De Tomaso A
Immunity 2011 Apr;34(4):616-26

Vascular regeneration in a basal chordate is due to the presence of immobile, bi-functional cells.
Braden B, Taketa D, Pierce J, Kassmer S, Lewis D, De Tomaso A
PLoS ONE 2014 ;9(4):e95460

Host: Jakob Michaelsson

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Contact person: Niklas Björkström