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3D tissue models with immune competence

Immune-responsive human tissue models for the development of immunomodulatory drugs

Prof. Dr. Steffen Rupp, Dr. Kai Sohn, Dr. Anke Burger-Kentischer

Innate immunity is a central component of the human immune defense. Pattern recognition receptors (PRRs), such as the toll-like receptors (TLRs), play a key role in this system. They are omnipresent in nature and found in plants, insects, vertebrates and human beings.

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Dr. Kai Sohn

Kai Sohn, born in 1968, studied biology at Heidelberg University and graduated with a (…)

Henning Steinert

Henning Steinert, born in 1993, studied chemistry at Carl-von-Ossietzky University in (…)

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