Programmbereich Infektionen


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Beer, AJ, Hertz, D, Seemann, E, Beretta, M, Westermann, M, Bauer, R, Bauer, M, Kessels, MM & Qualmann, B 2020, 'Reduced Mrp2 surface availability as PI3Kγ-mediated hepatocytic dysfunction reflecting a hallmark of cholestasis in sepsis', Scientific Reports, Jg. 10, Nr. 1, 13110.

Dutta, NK & Schneider, B 2020, 'Are There Sex-Specific Differences in Response to Adjunctive Host-Directed Therapies for Tuberculosis?', FRONTIERS IN IMMUNOLOGY, Jg. 11, S. 1465.

Hertz D, Dibbern J, Eggers L, von Borstel L, Schneider BE. Increased male susceptibility to Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection is associated with smaller B cell follicles in the lungs. Scientific Reports 2020; 10: 5142

Witschkowski J, Behrends J, Frank R, Eggers L, von Borstel L, Hertz D, Mueller A.-K, Schneider BE. BCG Provides Short-Term Protection from Experimental Cerebral Malaria in Mice. Vaccines 2020, 8, 745.



Hertz, D. & Schneider, B. Sex differences in tuberculosis. Semin Immunopathol (2019) 41: 225. (Epub 2018 Oct 25)

Ring S, Eggers L, Behrends J, Wutkowski A, Schwudke D, Kröger A, Hierweger AM, Hölscher C, Gabriel G, Schneider B (2019) Blocking IL-10 receptor signaling ameliorates Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection during influenza-induced exacerbation. JCI Insight. 2019.



Dibbern, J., Eggers, L., Schneider, B.E. 2017. Sex differences in the C57BL/6 model of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection. Sci Rep. Sep 8;7(1):10957 DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-11438-z