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Han, Biao and Baruah, Kartik and Cox, Eric and Vanrompay, Daisy and Bossier, Peter (2020). Structure-Functional Activity Relationship of beta-Glucans From the Perspective of Immunomodulation: A Mini-Review. Frontiers in Immunology. 11 , 658 , 1-8
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Kesarwani, Veerbhan and Gupta, Rupal and Vetukuri, Ramesh and Kushwaha, Sandeep Kumar and Gandhi, Sonu (2021). Identification of Unique Peptides for SARS-CoV-2 Diagnostics and Vaccine Development by an In Silico Proteomics Approach. Frontiers in Immunology. 12 , 725240
[Research article]

Li, Zhiqiang and Peirasmaki, Dimitra and Svard, Staffan and Abrink, Magnus and Åbrink, Magnus (2021). Serglycin-Deficiency Causes Reduced Weight Gain and Changed Intestinal Cytokine Responses in Mice Infected With Giardia intestinalis. Frontiers in Immunology. 12 , 677722
[Research article]


Cespedes, Nora and Donnelly, Erinn L. and Lowder, Casey and Hansten, Gretchen and Wagers, Delaney and Briggs, Anna M. and Schauer, Joseph and Haapanen, Lori and Åbrink, Magnus and Van de Water, Judy and Luckhart, Shirley (2022). Mast Cell Chymase/Mcpt4 Suppresses the Host Immune Response to Plasmodium yoelii, Limits Malaria-Associated Disruption of Intestinal Barrier Integrity and Reduces Parasite Transmission to Anopheles stephensi. Frontiers in Immunology. 13 , 801120
[Research article]

Hellman, Lars and Akula, Srinivas and Fu, Zhirong and Wernersson, Sara (2022). Mast Cell and Basophil Granule Proteases-In Vivo Targets and Function. Frontiers in Immunology. 13 , 918305
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Liu, Hao-Yu and Gu, Fang and Zhu, Cuipeng and Yuan, Long and Zhu, Chuyang and Zhu, Miaonan and Yao, Jiacheng and Hu, Ping and Zhang, Yunzeng and Dicksved, Johan and Bao, Wenbin and Cai, Demin (2022). Epithelial Heat Shock Proteins Mediate the Protective Effects of Limosilactobacillus reuteri in Dextran Sulfate Sodium-Induced Colitis. Frontiers in Immunology. 13 , 865982
[Research article]

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