The roles of NADPH oxidases (Nox) on Infection & Immunity in an Amoeba Model
|Director of thesis||Thierry Soldati|
|Co-director of thesis||Karl-Heinz Krause|
|Summary of thesis||
By using Dictyostelium discoideum as model organism, my work is trying to explore the functions and regulations of NADPH oxidases in host-pathogen interactions, and further make discovery on innate immunity evolution by comparing the roles of NADPH oxidases in Dictyostelium and human phagocytes.
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