Publications of Joachim Fensterle

Journal Article (7)

Journal Article
Mollenkopf, H. J.; Dietrich, G.; Fensterle, J.; Grode, L.; Diehl, K.-D.; Knapp, B.; Singh, M.; O'Hagan, D. T.; Ulmer, J. B.; Kaufmann, S. H. E.: Enhanced protective efficacy of a tuberculosis DNA vaccine by adsorption onto cationic PLG microparticles. Vaccine 22 (21-22), pp. 2690 - 2695 (2004)
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Kursar, M.; Bonhagen, K.; Fensterle, J.; Köhler, A.; Hurwitz, R.; Kamradt, T.; Kaufmann, S. H. E.; Mittrücker, H.-W.: Regulatory CD4(+)CD25(+) T cells restrict memory CD8(+) T cell responses. Journal of Experimental Medicine 196 (12), pp. 1585 - 1592 (2002)
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Grode, L.; Kursar, M.; Fensterle, J.; Kaufmann, S. H. E.; Hess, J.: Cell-mediated immunity induced by recombinant Mycobacterium bovis Bacille Calmette-Guerin strains against an intracellular bacterial pathogen: Importance of antigen secretion or membrane-targeted antigen display as lipoprotein for vaccine efficacy. Journal of Immunology 168 (4), pp. 1869 - 1876 (2002)
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Hess, J.; Grode, L.; Gentschev, I.; Fensterle, J.; Dietrich, G.; Goebel, W.; Kaufmann, S. H. E.: Secretion of different listeriolysin cognates by recombinant attenuated Salmonella typhimurium: superior efficacy of haemolytic over non-haemolytic constructs after oral vaccination. Microbes and Infection 2 (15), pp. 1799 - 1806 (2000)
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Hanano, R.; Fensterle, J.; Nusser, P.; Reifenberg, K.; Kaufmann, S. H. E.: PCR-based quantification of Pneumocystis carinii in in vitro systems. Microbes and Infection 2 (7), pp. 737 - 743 (2000)
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Kaufmann, S. H. E.; Fensterle, J.; Hess, J.: The need for a novel generation of vaccines. Immunobiology 201 (2), pp. 272 - 282 (1999)
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Fensterle, J.; Grode, L.; Hess, J.; Kaufmann, S. H. E.: Effective DNA vaccination against listeriosis by prime/boost inoculation with the gene gun. Journal of Immunology 163 (8), pp. 4510 - 4518 (1999)

Book Chapter (1)

Book Chapter
Fensterle, J.; Kaufmann, S. H. E.: DNA delivery with attenuated intracellular bacteria. In: DNA VACCINES, pp. 263 - 286 (Ed. Ertl, H. C. J.). Plenum Publishing Corp, NEW YORK, NY (2003)
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