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Host-parasite interactions

Abstract
Parasites live in intimate contact with their hosts and have to deal with its physiology and defence mechanisms. Our knowledge of the adaptive mechanisms for the parasitic life style is far from complete. A focus of our work are parasites of swine, especially the immunology and immunopathology of sarcoptic mange, the developmental biology of Oesophagostomum dentatum and the population dynamics and pathophysiology of Isospora suis.
Project leader
Zentek Jürgen
Duration
01.01.05-31.12.07
Type of Research
Basic research
Staff
Zentek J.,
Vetmed Research Units
Institute of Parasitology
Projekt partner
Bayer Tiergesundheit
Contact: Prof. H. V. Simpson
Massey Universität, Neuseeland
Contact: Prof. R. B .Gasser
Universität Melbourne, Victoria, Victoria, Australia
Contact: Prof. U. Mackenstedt
Universität Hohenheim, , 70593 Stuttgart, Germany
Universität Leipzig, An den Tierkliniken 35, Leipzig, Germany
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11 Publications

Buggelsheim, M; Worliczek, H.L; Gerner, W; Schmidt, P; Saalmüller, A; Joachim, A (2007): Characterisation of mucosal lymphocyte populations during infection with Isospora suis. 469-469.-21st International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology WAAVP; 19.-23.08.2007; Gent.

Joachim, A; Ruttkowski, B; Peschke, R (2007): The Glutathione-S-fransferase of Oesophagostomum dentatum: isolation, characterisation and possible biological function. 369-369.-21st International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology WAAVP; 19.-23.08.2007; Gent.

Worliczek, H.L; Buggelsheim, M; Gerner, W; Schmidt, P; Saalmüller, A; Joachim, A (2007): Cellular immune response to Isospora suis infections in piglets. 184-184.-The 21st International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology WAAVP 2007; 19.- 23.08.2007; Gent.

Buggelsheim, M; Worliczek, H.L; Gerner, W; Joachim, A; Saalmüller, A; Schmidt, P (2007): Charakterisierung der lokalen Immunantwort im Dünndarm des Schweines bei Infektionen mit Isospora suis. 50. Tagung der Fachgruppe Pathologie in der DVG; 09.-11.03. 2007; Fulda. 2007.

Wagner, A; Förster-Waldl, E; Garner-Spitzer, E; Pollak, A; Joachim, A; Scheiner, O; Wiedermann, U (2006): Toxoplasma gondii infection in relation to atopy and asthma - studies on the hygiene hypothesis in an experimental model of type I allergy. 7th EFIS Tatra Immunology Conference, Strbske Pleso, Slowakei, 24.-28.06.2006. 7th EFIS Tatra Immunology Conference, Strbske Pleso, Slowakei, 24.-28.06.2006.

Peschke, R; Ruttkowski, B; Joachim, A (2006): Etablierung einer In-Vitro-Kultur von Isospora suis. 168-168.-22. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Parasitologie; FEB 22-25, 2006; Wien.

Worliczek, H.L; Buggelsheim, M; Gerner, W; Schmidt, P; Saalmüller, A; Joachim, A (2006): Interactions of Isospora suis with the porcine immune system. 124-124.-22. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Parasitologie; FEB 22-25, 2006; Wien.

Mundt, HC; Joachim, A; Becka, M; Daugschies, A (2006): Isospora suis: an experimental model for mammalian intestinal coccidiosis. Parasitol Res. 2006; 98(2):167-175

Joachim, A; Ruttkowski, B; Daugschies, A (2005): Ecdysis of Oesophagsotomum: possible involvement of eicosanoids and development of a bioassay. 20th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, Christchurch, Neuseeland, 16.-20. Oktober 2005. 20th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, Christchurch, Neuseeland, 16.-20. Oktober 2005.

Joachim, A; Ruttkowski, B; Daugschies, A (2005): Ecdysis of Oesophagostomum: possible involvement of eicosanoids and development of a bioassay. 1st Symposium of the Scandinavian-Baltic Society for Parasitology, Vilnius, Litauen, 26.-29. Mai 2005. 1st Symposium of the Scandinavian-Baltic Society for Parasitology, Vilnius, Litauen, 26.-29. Mai 2005.

Joachim, A; Ruttkowski, B; Daugschies, A (2005): Ecdysis of Oesophagostomum: possible involvement of eicosanoids and development of a bioassay. Parasitol Res. 2005; 95(6):391-397

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