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Ankur Midha

Project B4 (associated doctoral researcher)

Ankur Midha
Image Credit: Institut für Immunologie

Freie Universität Berlin

Department of Veterinary Medicine

Institute of Immunology

Member since: September 2015

Coordination: Berlin Parasitology Seminars

Research interest
parasitic nematodes, antimicrobials, innate immunity

Title of PhD project
Antimicrobial strategies of parasitic nematodes

Prof. Dr. Susanne Hartmann

Midha, A.; Ebner, F.; Schlosser-Brandenburg, J.; Rausch, S.; Hartmann, S. (2020)
Trilateral relationship: Ascaris, microbiota, and host cells.
Trends in parasitology, S. 2049
doi: 10.1016/j.pt.2020.09.002

Ebner, F.; Morrison, E.; Bertazzon, M.; Midha, A.; Hartmann, S.; Freund, C.; Álvaro-Benito, M. (2020)
CD4+ Th immunogenicity of the Ascaris spp. secreted products.
npj Vaccines; 5:25
doi: 10.1038/s41541-020-0171-z

Rausch S, Midha A, Kuhring M, Affinass N, Radonic A, Kühl AA, Bleich A, Renard BY, Hartmann S (2018)
Parasitic nematodes exert antimicrobial activity and benefit from microbiota-driven support for host immune regulation.
Front Immunol 9:2282
doi: 10.1002/eji.201847639

Ebner F, Kuhring M, RadonićA, Midha A, Renard B, Hartmann S. (2018)
Silent witness: Dual-species transcriptomics reveals epithelial immunological quiescence to helminth larval encounter and fostered larval development.
Frontiers Immunol 9:1968
doi: 10.3389/fimmu.2018.01868

Midha A, Janek K, Niewienda A, Henklein P, Guenther S, Serra DO, Schlosser J, Hengge R, Hartmann S. (2018)
The intestinal roundworm Ascaris suum releases antimicrobial factors which interfere with bacterial growth and biofilm formation.
Front Cell Infect Microbiol 8:271
doi: 10.3389/fcimb.2018.00271

Midha, A.; Schlosser, J.; Hartmann, S. (2017)
Reciprocal Interactions between nematodes and their microbial environments.
Front Cell Infect Microbiol  7:144
doi: 10.3389/fcimb.2017.00144

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