- Keywords (Ghent University):sepsis
- Disciplines (Ghent University):Epigenetics, Animal genetics, Autoimmunity, Clinical genetics and molecular diagnostics, Immunogenetics, Innate immunity, Transplantation immunology, Genetics, Applied immunology, Gastro-enterology and hepatology not elsewhere classified, Genome structure and regulation, Quantitative genetics, Endocrinology and metabolic diseases not elsewhere classified
- Disciplines (Flemish Institute for Biotechnology):Analysis of next-generation sequence data, Adaptive immunology, Bacteriology
- Department of Biomedical molecular biology (Department)
MemberFrom1 Oct 1999 → Today
- Department of Plant Biotechnology and Bioinformatics (Department)
MemberFrom1 Jan 1993 → 30 Sep 1996
- Libert Lab (Research group)
ResponsibleFrom1 Oct 2006 → Today
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- The role of HNF4U+03B1 and hepatocyte de-differentiation in sepsisFrom1 Oct 2022 → TodayFunding: BOF - mobility
- Taking IBD Genes from GWAS to Function to Drug TargetFrom1 Jan 2022 → TodayFunding: FWO EOS
- Understanding the role of nuclear receptor HNF4a in sepsis and unravel the mechanisms of its loss-of-function in relation to PPARa failure.From1 Nov 2021 → TodayFunding: FWO fellowships
- Investigating the role of lactate-mediated lethal shock in sepsis.From1 Nov 2021 → TodayFunding: FWO fellowships
- Autophagy in inflammation and inflammatory disorders (ATLANTIS), from basic insights to experimental therapyFrom1 Jan 2021 → TodayFunding: BOF - iBOF
- STOP SEPSISFrom1 Jan 2021 → TodayFunding: BOF - Methusalem
- Replacement and extension of basic infrastructure in the histology core facility.From1 Dec 2020 → TodayFunding: BOF - scientific equipment program
- Understanding the anti-diarrhea effects of zinc at the Paneth cell level.From1 Nov 2020 → 19 Nov 2021Funding: FWO Strategic Basic Research Grant
- Generation, characterization and use of immortalized Paneth cells, to elucidate and mimic the therapeutic mechanism of Zinc against infections.From1 Jan 2019 → 31 Dec 2020Funding: FWO Strategic Basic Research Grant
- Elucidating the details of the interaction between specific nutrients-microbiota-intestinal health and the consequences for inflammatory diseasesFrom1 Jan 2019 → TodayFunding: BOF - projects
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- Coding variants in mouse and rat model organisms : mousepost and ratpost(2022)Pages: 81 - 87
- Dimerization of the glucocorticoid receptor and its importance in (patho)physiology : a primer(2022)
- Point mutation I634A in the glucocorticoid receptor causes embryonic lethality by reduced ligand binding(2022)
Authors: Steven Timmermans, Nicolette J.D. Verhoog, Kelly Van Looveren, Sylviane Dewaele, Tino Hochepied, Melanie Eggermont, Barbara Gilbert, Anne Boerema-de Munck, Tineke Vanderhaeghen, Joke Vanden Berghe, et al.
- MiR-511 deficiency protects mice from experimental colitis by reducing TLR3 and TLR4 responses via WD repeat and FYVE-domain-containing protein 1(2022)
Authors: Shafaque Rahman, Jolien Vandewalle, Patricia H. P. van Hamersveld, Caroline Verseijden, Olaf Welting, Aldo Jongejan, Pierina Casanova, Sybren L. Meijer, Claude Libert, Theodorus B. M. Hakvoort, et al.
- Reprogramming of glucocorticoid receptor function by hypoxia(2022)
Authors: Tineke Vanderhaeghen, Steven Timmermans, Deepika Watts, Ville Paakinaho, Melanie Eggermont, Jolien Vandewalle, Charlotte Wallaeys, Lise Van Wyngene, Kelly Van Looveren, Louise Nuyttens, et al.
- Novel assays monitoring direct glucocorticoid receptor protein activity exhibit high predictive power for ligand activity on endogenous gene targets(2022)
- N/C interactions are dispensable for normal in vivo functioning of the androgen receptor in male mice(2022)
- Sepsis : a failing starvation response(2022)Pages: 292 - 304
- Macrophage miR-210 induction and metabolic reprogramming in response to pathogen interaction boost life-threatening inflammation(2021)
Authors: Federico Virga, Federica Cappellesso, Benoit Stijlemans, Anne-Theres Henze, Rosa Trotta, Jonas Van Audenaerde, Ananda S. Mirchandani, Manuel A. Sanchez-Garcia, Jolien Vandewalle, Francesca Orso, et al.
- Self-rated health in individuals with and without disease is associated with multiple biomarkers representing multiple biological domains(2021)
Authors: L. Kananen, L. Enroth, J. Raitanen, J. Jylhava, A. Buerkle, M. Moreno-Villanueva, J. Bernhardt, O. Toussaint, B. Grubeck-Loebenstein, M. Malavolta, et al.