Host – Pathogen Interactions
Shaping adaptive immune response by antigen presentation
Faculty of Science, Charles University
Laboratory of Microbial Immunology
We are interested in the cell fate-decisions based on antigen presentation in the immune system: antigen presenting cells, their biology, cooperation with other cell types and the mechanisms they use to regulate T-cell responses to pathogens as well as commensals and self-structures. Our aim is to clarify mechanisms leading to immune pathologies and thus enable development of better treatment strategies in the future.
Host-pathogen interactions, antigen presenting cells, adaptive immunity.
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