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Oser et al.

Ascaris suum infection in juvenile pigs elicits a local Th2 response in a setting of ongoing Th1 expansion

Kundik et al.

Quantifying metabolic activity of Ascaris suum L3 using resazurin reduction

Schlosser-Brandenburg et al.

Infection with soil-transmitted helminths and their impact on coinfections

Mugo et al.

Correlations between three ELISA protocols measurements of RTS,S/AS01-induced anti-CSP IgG antibodies

Yordanova et al.

Immunization with excretory-secretory molecules of intestinal nematodes induces antigen-specific protective memory Th2 cell responses

Midha et al.

Guts within guts: the microbiome of the intestinal helminth parasite Ascaris suum is derived but distinct from its host

Elizalde-Velazquez et al.

Th2 and metabolic responses to nematodes are independent of prolonged host microbiota abrogation

Hamid et al.

Ascaris suum excretory/secretory products differentially modulate porcine dendritic cell subsets

Kapse et al.

Age-dependent rise in IFN-γ competence undermines effective type 2 responses to nematode infection

Zhang et al.

Whip- and pinworm infections elicit contrasting effector and distinct regulatory responses in wild house mice

Yordanova et al.

The Host Peritoneal Cavity Harbors Prominent Memory Th2 and Early Recall Responses to an Intestinal Nematode

Ebner et al.

A helminth-derived chitinase structurally similar to mammalian
chitinase displays immunomodulatory properties in inflammatory lung disease

Hamid et al.

Early immune initiation by porcine cells following Toxoplasma gondii infection versus TLR ligation

Schlosser-Brandenburg et al.

Influence of nutrition and maternal bonding on postnatal lung development in the newborn pig

Midha et al.

Lectin-mediated bacterial modulation by the intestinal
nematode Ascaris suum

Midha et al.

Trilateral relationship: ascaris, microbiota, and host cells

Yordanova et al.

The worm-specific immune response in multiple sclerosis patients receiving controlled Trichuris suis ova immunotherapy

Pieper et al.

Toward a porcine in vivo model to analyze the pathogenesis of TLR5-dependent enteropathies

Schmidt et al.

The domestic pig as human-relevant large animal model to study adaptive antifungal immune responses against airborne Aspergillus fumigatus

Yordanova et al.

Eosinophils are dispensable for the regulation of IgA and Th17 responses in Giardia muris infection

Ebner et al.

CD4+ Th immunogenicity of the Ascaris spp. secreted products