5 search results for “inflammation”
Inflammafish: Cross-talk between inflammation and autophagy in tuberculosis
Effective host defence against tuberculosis bacteria depends on a properly balanced level of inflammation. The Inflammafish project uses zebrafish larvae to study how autophagy controls this inflammation and vice versa.
Human skin equivalents for atopic dermatitis: investigating the role of filaggrin in the skin barrier
Promotor: Prof.dr. J.A. Bouwstra, Co-promotor: Dr. A. El Ghalbzouri
Pulling the strings on anti-cancer immunity
Promotores: J. Jonkers, K.E. de Visser
Innate immune defence against intracellular pathogens
What are the host immune defence mechanisms that control intracellular infections and how are these subverted by pathogens?
Role of Chemokine Gradient Sensing in Ewing Sarcoma Progression, Angiogenesis and Immune Targeting
What are the biological and biophysical mechanisms that control chemokine gradient sensing and migration of immune, endothelial, and tumour cells in tumour development?