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Dr. Svenja Steinfelder

Participating researcher in project B4: Effect of a previous protozoan infection with Toxoplasma co-infection prevents Th2 differentiation and leads to a helminth-specific Th1 response

Svenja Steinfelder
Image Credit: Svenja Steinfelder

Freie Universität Berlin

Department of Veterinary Medicine

Institute of Immunology


Research interest:

  • Infection Biology
  • Immunology

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.

Ahmed N, Heitlinger E, Affinass N, Kühl AA, Xenophontos N, Jarquin VH, Jost J, Steinfelder S, Hartmann S. (2019).
A novel non-invasive method to detect RELM beta transcript in gut barrier related changes during a gastrointestinal nematode infection.
Front Immunol 10:445. doi: 10.3389/fimmu.2019.00445.

Ahmed N, French T, Rausch S, Kühl A, Hemminger K, Dunay I, Steinfelder S, Hartmann S. (2017).
Toxoplasma Co-infection Prevents Th2 Differentiation and Leads to a Helminth-Specific Th1 Response. Front Cell Infect Microbiol 7:1–12. doi: 10.3389/fcimb.2017.00341.

Seeber F, Steinfelder S. (2016).
Recent advances in understanding apicomplexan parasites.
F1000Res 5:F1000 Faculty Rev-1369. doi: 10.12688/f1000research.7924.1.

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