Browsing by Author "Pedragosa Marín, Mireia, 1988-"

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  • Casella, Valentina, 1991-; Domenjó Vila, Eva, 1993-; Esteve-Codina, Anna; Pedragosa Marín, Mireia, 1988-; Cebollada Rica, Paula; Vidal, Enric; Rubia, Ivan de la; López Rodríguez, M. Cristina; Bocharov, Gennady A.; Argilaguet Marqués, Jordi, 1977-; Meyerhans, Andreas (Nature Research, 2023)
    Acute infection and chronic infection are the two most common fates of pathogenic virus infections. While several factors that contribute to these fates are described, the critical control points and the mechanisms that ...
  • Pedragosa Marín, Mireia, 1988-; Riera Domínguez, María Graciela, 1987-; Casella, Valentina, 1991-; Esteve-Codina, Anna; Steuerman, Yael; Seth, Celina; Bocharov, Gennady A.; Heath, Simon; Gat-Viks, Irit; Argilaguet Marqués, Jordi, 1977-; Meyerhans, Andreas (Frontiers Media, 2019)
    The host immune response against infection requires the coordinated action of many diverse cell subsets that dynamically adapt to a pathogen threat. Due to the complexity of such a response, most immunological studies have ...
  • Argilaguet Marqués, Jordi, 1977-; Pedragosa Marín, Mireia, 1988-; Esteve-Codina, Anna; Riera Domínguez, María Graciela, 1987-; Vidal, Enric; Peligero Cruz, Cristina, 1986-; Casella, Valentina, 1991-; Andreu Martínez, David; Kaisho, Tsuneyasu; Bocharov, Gennady A.; Ludewig, Burkhard; Heath, Simon; Meyerhans, Andreas (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press (CSHL Press), 2019)
    The processes and mechanisms of virus infection fate decisions that are the result of a dynamic virus-immune system interaction with either an efficient effector response and virus elimination or an alleviated immune ...
  • Domenjó Vila, Eva, 1993-; Casella, Valentina, 1991-; Iwabuchi, Ryutaro; Fossum, Even; Pedragosa Marín, Mireia, 1988-; Castellví Fernández, Quim; Cebollada Rica, Paula; Kaisho, Tsuneyasu; Terahara, Kazutaka; Bocharov, Gennady A.; Argilaguet Marqués, Jordi, 1977-; Meyerhans, Andreas (Elsevier, 2023)
    The contribution of cross-presenting XCR1+ dendritic cells (DCs) and SIRPα+ DCs in maintaining T cell function during exhaustion and immunotherapeutic interventions of chronic infections remains poorly characterized. Using ...

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