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Jun.-Prof. Friederike Ebner

Project C9: The role of antigen-specific T cells in parasite distribution and predisposition to Ascaris suum in pigs
PhD student: Larissa Oser (C9-3)

Friederike Ebner
Image Credit: Institut für Immunologie

Freie Universität Berlin

Department of Veterinary Medicine

Institute of Immunology

Research Interest

  • Immunological reactions in parasite infections

(Stichtag: 14.04.2021)

Midha, A.; Ebner, F.; Schlosser-Brandenburg, J.; Rausch, S.; Hartmann, S. (2021).
Trilateral relationship: Ascaris, microbiota, and host cells.
Trends Parasitol S1471-4922(20)30242-7. 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

Ugolini et al. …Ebner, F… Hartmann, S....... (2018):
Recognition of microbial viability via TLR8 drives TFHcell differentiation and vaccine responses.Nature immunology; 19(4), S. 386–396
DOI:10.1038/s41590-018-0068-4 ; PMID:29556002

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 Immunology 9:1968. doi: 10.3389/fimmu.2018.01868.

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