Tatiana Michel
Tatiana Michel
Luxembourg Institute of Health
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Drosophila Toll is activated by Gram-positive bacteria through a circulating peptidoglycan recognition protein
T Michel, JM Reichhart, JA Hoffmann, J Royet
Nature 414 (6865), 756, 2001
The Drosophila immune response against Gram-negative bacteria is mediated by a peptidoglycan recognition protein
M Gottar, V Gobert, T Michel, M Belvin, G Duyk, JA Hoffmann, ...
Nature 416 (6881), 640, 2002
CD56bright natural killer (NK) cells: an important NK cell subset
A Poli, T Michel, M Thérésine, E Andres, F Hentges, J Zimmer
Immunology 126 (4), 458-465, 2009
Function of the drosophila pattern-recognition receptor PGRP-SD in the detection of Gram-positive bacteria
V Bischoff, C Vignal, IG Boneca, T Michel, JA Hoffmann, J Royet
Nature immunology 5 (11), 1175, 2004
Control of NK cell functions by CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cells
N Ralainirina, A Poli, T Michel, L Poos, E Andrès, F Hentges, J Zimmer
Journal of leukocyte biology 81 (1), 144-153, 2007
Human CD56bright NK cells: an update
T Michel, A Poli, A Cuapio, B Briquemont, G Iserentant, M Ollert, J Zimmer
The Journal of Immunology 196 (7), 2923-2931, 2016
Consequences of the crosstalk between monocytes/macrophages and natural killer cells
T Michel, F Hentges, J Zimmer
Frontiers in immunology 3, 403, 2013
Natural killer cells in atopic and autoimmune diseases of the skin
D von Bubnoff, E Andrès, F Hentges, T Bieber, T Michel, J Zimmer
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 125 (1), 60-68, 2010
Human CD56dimCD16dim cells as an individualized Natural Killer cell subset
M Amand, G Iserentant, A Poli, M Sleiman, V Fievez, IP Sanchez, ...
Frontiers in immunology 8, 699, 2017
Correction: Mouse Lung and Spleen Natural Killer Cells Have Phenotypic and Functional Differences, in Part Influenced by Macrophages
T Michel, A Poli, O Domingues, M Mauffray, M Thérésine, NHC Brons, ...
PloS one 8 (1), 2013
Mouse lung and spleen natural killer cells have phenotypic and functional differences, in part influenced by macrophages
T Michel, A Poli, O Domingues, M Mauffray, M Thérésine, NHC Brons, ...
PLoS One 7 (12), e51230, 2012
Dual cholinergic signals regulate daily migration of hematopoietic stem cells and leukocytes
A García-García, C Korn, M García-Fernández, O Domingues, J Villadiego, ...
Blood, blood-2018-08-867648, 2018
Revisiting the functional impact of NK cells
A Poli, T Michel, N Patil, J Zimmer
Trends in immunology, 2018
Lack of interleukin-13 receptor α1 delays the loss of dopaminergic neurons during chronic stress
S Mori, S Sugama, W Nguyen, T Michel, MG Sanna, M Sanchez-Alavez, ...
Journal of neuroinflammation 14 (1), 88, 2017
Increased Th2 cytokine secretion, eosinophilic airway inflammation, and airway hyperresponsiveness in neurturin-deficient mice
T Michel, M Thérésine, A Poli, O Domingues, W Ammerlaan, NHC Brons, ...
The Journal of Immunology, 1001673, 2011
Neurturin influences inflammatory responses and airway remodeling in different mouse asthma models
M Mauffray, O Domingues, F Hentges, J Zimmer, D Hanau, T Michel
The Journal of Immunology, 1402496, 2015
Novel method for isolating untouched rat natural killer cells with higher purity compared with positive selection and fluorescence‐activated cell sorting
A Poli, NHC Brons, W Ammerlaan, T Michel, F Hentges, M Chekenya, ...
Immunology 131 (3), 386-394, 2010
TAP deficiency is also a cause of bronchiectasis
J Zimmer, M Sleiman, A Poli, T Michel, F Hentges
Thorax, thoraxjnl-2012-203052, 2013
Up-regulation of NKG2D ligands by AML cells to increase sensitivity to NK cells: The tumour might strike back: Comment on “Differentiation-promoting drugs up-regulate NKG2D …
J Zimmer, T Michel, E Andrès, F Hentges
Leukemia research 32 (4), 676-677, 2008
Delayed glioblastoma progression by repeated nasal instillations of house dust mite extract in a mouse model
A Poli, A Oudin, V Puard, O Domingues, O Hunewald, M Theresine, ...
ALLERGY 73, 453-453, 2018
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