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Ivet Yordanova

Project B5 (associated doctoral researcher)

Department of Veterinary Medicine

Institute of Immunology, Freie Universität Berlin

Member: July 2016 - November 2019

Research interest
eosinophils, gastrointestinal parasites, mucosal immunology

Title of PhD project:
Host determinants of immunity to the gastrointestinal parasite Giardia muris

Prof. Susanne Hartmann and Dr. Sebastian Rausch

Yordanova IA, Elizalde-Velázquez LE, Hartmann S. (2023).
Immunization with excretory-secretory molecules of intestinal nematodes induces antigen-specific protective memory Th2 cell responses.
Eur J Immunol Feb 13:e2250237. doi: 10.1002/eji.202250237.

Elizalde-Velázquez LE, Yordanova IA, Liublin W, Adjah J, Leben R, Rausch S, Niesner R, Hartmann S. (2022).
Th2 and metabolic responses to nematodes are independent of prolonged host microbiota abrogation.
Parasite Immunol Nov 17:e12957. doi: 10.1111/pim.12957.

Yordanova IA, Ebner F, Schulz AR, Steinfelder S, Rosche B, Bolze A, Paul F, Mei HE, Hartmann S. (2021).
The Worm-Specific Immune Response in Multiple Sclerosis Patients Receiving Controlled Trichuris suis Ova Immunotherapy.
Life (Basel) 11:101. doi: 10.3390/life11020101.

Yordanova IA, Lamatsch M, Kühl AA, Hartmann S, Rausch S. (2021).
Eosinophils are dispensable for the regulation of IgA and Th17 responses in Giardia muris infection.
Parasite Immunol 43:e12791. doi: 10.1111/pim.12791.

Yordanova IA, Cortés A, Klotz C, Kühl AA, Heimesaat MM, Cantacessi C, Hartmann S, Rausch S. (2019).
RORγt+ Treg to Th17 ratios correlate with susceptibility to Giardia infection.
Sci Rep 9:20328. doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-56416-9.

Yordanova I*, Zakovic S*, Rausch S, CostaG, Levashina E, Hartmann S. (2018).
Micromanaging immunity in the murine hosts versus mosquito vectors: microbiota-dependent immune responses to intestinal parasites.
Front Cell Infect Microbiol 8:308. doi: 10.3389/fcimb.2018.00308. *equal contribution

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