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Immunology University of Antwerp

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The overarching basic research of our research unit fits in the faculty spearhead of inflammation and focusses on the activating and inhibitory mechanisms that govern basophil and mast cell degranulation, as witnessed by our 2 Senior Researcher Fellowships (FWO). Using functional flowcytometry we study how basophils and cultured human mast cells react upon various secretagogues and how this activation can be influenced. These studies are mainly ...

Department of Clinical chemistry, microbiology and immunology Ghent University

The department performs the following research activities: Protein chemistry: projects, among other things, around haptoglobin Center for vaccinology Center for Immunological Basic Research Projects on reproductive endocrinology and aging, calcium and bone metabolism Joint projects of all departments of the laboratory on hematology, bacteriology and virology at the Center for molecular diagnostics (CMD) Projects on multidrug ...

Allergy and Clinical Immunology Research Group KU Leuven

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Clinical research, cohort based, on drug hypersensitivity

Food allergy: clinical driven research into hidden allergens, co-factor enhanced food allergy, rare allergens (allergy to carmine, eatable insect allergens, WDEIA quality of life study etc…)

Mastocytosis and hymenoptera venom allergy and treatment: clinical prospective follow-up over 30 years of a large database of patients with hymentoptera venom ...

Cellular and Molecular Immunology Vrije Universiteit Brussel

The research unit CIMM, founded by Patrick De Baetselier in 1983, initially focused on cellular immunology, mainly in the context of tumour biology. The basic themes were the analysis of immune escape mechanisms as well as the mechanisms involved in the invasive and metastatic behaviour of cancer cells. Since several common points may exist in the ways either cancer cells or parasites evade immune surveillance, cellular interactions involved ...

Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Transplantation KU Leuven

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The Department of Microbiology and Immunology focuses on the study, prevention and treatment of important diseases caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites, the study of the complex host-microbiome interaction, and the study of the host immune system in infections, cancer, kidney diseases, autoimmunity, allergy and organ transplantation

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Immunology & Infection Hasselt University

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Within the capacity group immunology and infection we study the molecular and cellular pathways underlying the pathology of diseases involving the immune system such as multiple sclerosis, reumatoid arthritis and spinal cord injury. We apply the 'from bench to bedside' principle in which clinically relevent questions are addressed in cell culture models and are validated in animal models and patients. With our research we aim to improve the ...

Microbiology and Immunology, Kulak Kortrijk Campus KU Leuven

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Microbiology and Immunology, Kulak Campus Kortrijk focuses on the study, prevention and treatment of important diseases caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites, the study of the complex host-microbiome interaction, and the study of the host immune system in infections, cancer, kidney diseases, autoimmunity, allergy and organ transplantation.

Laboratory for Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy KU Leuven

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In June 2016, the Laboratory of Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy was founded at KU Leuven. In 2019 Prof An Coosemans, MD PhD, was appointed as the head of the lab. Currently, the lab counts one post-doc, four PhD students, one biostatistician and two lab technicians. The research philosophy of the lab is highly translational. By unraveling the immune biology in patients at diagnosis and during therapy/clinical trials (immune profiling), we ...

Adaptive Immunology KU Leuven

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The research is focused on the cellular and molecular basis of immune tolerance mechanisms and failure. They study genetic basis of immune tolerance through the generation of murine models of disease and the analysis of genetic defects in patients with immune disorders. The laboratory specializes in the study of regulatory T cells, primary immunodeficiencies, diabetes and T cell development.