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2019

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Director

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Cindy (2)

Development of a DNA vaccine against the Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus (PRRSV)

Cindy Bernelin

I. Schwartz & N. Bertho

SAPHIR-H2020

2018

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    Finance      

carole

Characterization and modulation of the innate immune response following RSV infection during the neonatal period

Carole Drajac

S. Riffault & D. Descamps

DIM-Malinf

Tiphany

Development of a DNA vaccine against the Rift Valley fever virus by targeting dendritic cells

Tiphany Chrun

I. Schwartz & P. Marianneau

INRA-ANSES

Elise

Interactions between dendritic cells and macrophages with the Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus and consequences on the adaptive immune response

Elise Bordet

N. Bertho & I. Schwartz

SAPHIR - H2020

2016

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    Finance      

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Phenotypic and functionnal identification of the porcine pulmonary dendritic cells and macrophages at steady-state and upon influenza infections

Pauline Maisonnasse

N. Bertho

ED ABIES

2013

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    Finance      

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Immune lung features related to the higher severety of RSV infection in newborns

Aude Rémot

S. Riffault

CJS INRA

2012

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Director

    Finance      

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Interactions of bluetongue virus with conventional and plasmacytoid dentritic cells

Suzana Ruscanu

I. Schwartz

MESR

2011

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Director

    Finance      

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Skin swine dentridic cells : phenotypic, fonctional and transcriptomic caracterization

Florian Marquet

N. Bertho & B. Charley

ED GAO

2010

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Functional and transcriptomic analyses of skin lymph dentridic cell subsets in sheep

Vanessa Contreras

I. Schwartz

MESR