13 search results for “staphylococcus” in the Public website
Heat-killed Staphylococcus aureus reduces atherosclerosis by inducing anti-inflammatory macrophages
Publication by: Vanessa Frodermann, Janine van Duijn, Gijs van Puijvelde, Peter van Santbrink, Max Lagraauw, Margreet de Vries, Paul Quax, Ilze Bot, Amanda Foks, Saskia de Jager and Johan Kuiper. Journal of Internal Medicine. 2016;279:592-605.
Staphylomics: Identifying host factors involved in staphylococcal infection
How can Staphylococcus aureus bacteria subvert the host immune system?
Imaging of biomaterial-associated inflammation and infection using zebrafish
Which immune mechanisms are involved in host defense against Staphylococcal infection?
Developing systems for high-throughput screening of infectious diseases using zebrafish
Promotor: Prof.dr. H.P. Spaink, Co-promotor: Prof. dr. A.H. Meijer
Sugarcoating the search for a new vaccine
A vaccine based on sugar coats does have the potential to combat a multi-resistant staphylococcus. That is what Jeroen Codée and his colleagues from Utrecht state in Nature. In doing so, they are contradicting the earlier conclusions of German colleagues.
1,2-cis-glycosylations: method development and synthesis of complex oligosaccharides
Promotor: G.A. van der Marel, Co-promotor: D.C. Codée
Host-Microbe Interactions in Animal Sciences
Animal Sciences’ contributions to the Host-Microbe Interactions research theme focus on the interaction of animal hosts with pathogenic microbes but also the beneficial role of the gut microbiome.
Anti-microbial and Anti-biofilm compounds From Indonesian Medicinal Plants
Promotor: C.A.M.J.J. van den Hondel, Co-promotor: Sandra de Weert
Development of new antibiotics from plant-originated products
Utilization of plant-originated products as new antibiotics
The quest for new medicines against tuberculosis
Can drug screening for tuberculosis treatment be made more efficient?
FishForPharma: Training network on zebrafish infection models for pharmaceutical screens
How can zebrafish models be used to gain a better understanding of host-pathogen interaction mechanisms and to screen new drugs for infectious disease treatment?
Nathaniel Martin in podcast about antimicrobial resistance
Professor Biological chemistry Nathaniel Martin from the Institute of Biology Leiden is interviewed by the Netherlands Innovation Network on innovative scientific approaches. He talks about his work on designing new antibiotics and developing new molecules to make resistant bacteria susceptible again…
Hypoxic Signalling and Tuberculosis
IBL-researcher Phil Elks in the group of Annemarie Meijer won the Cell Observatory Publication of the Year 2013. He received the award for his paper in PLoS Pathogens, showing that activation of hypoxia signaling protects against mycobacterial infection.