A quantitative analysis of varicella-zoster virus infection: from immunology to epidemiology. University of Antwerp
The immunology of implantatio: the role of uterine dendritic cells Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The development of preclinical models to evaluate combinatorial strategies for augmenting the potency of dendritic cell-based immunotherapy Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Two novel strategies are under development for the treatment of malignant melanoma: immunotherapy and ...
Use of an integrative classification system and next-generation sequencing strategies for gene identification in common variable immunodeficiency disorder (CVID) Ghent University
Common variable immunodeficiency disorder (CVID) is a group of diseases in which the capacity to produce antibodies (immunoglobulins, Igs) against microbial infections is impaired. There is a marked decrease in one or more Ig classes and the number and/or function of certain B lymphocyte subsets may be reduced. In addition to an increased susceptibility to infections, CVID is also associated with auto-immune and malignant conditions. The ...
Multiple sclerosis, a multidisciplinary approach Hasselt University
Fatty acid metabolism in control of the phenotype of foamy phagocytes in multiple sclerosis. Hasselt University
Oncostatin M-induced astrocytic TIMP-1: the key to central nervous system lesion repair. Hasselt University
Next-generation, multi-technology immune-monitoring and easy-access spectral flow cytometry KU Leuven
Flow cytometry represents an essential technology in all
domains of fundamental, translational and clinical
biomedical research. At the KU Leuven, flow cytometric
services are centralized at the KU Leuven Flow and Mass
Cytometry core facility (KUL-FMC) and shaped by the needs
of its users. However, beyond life-time mid-range
cytometers threaten the research continuity. To warrant an
uninterrupted transition ...