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ID: BIO2920367
Start date: 1993-01-01, End date: 1995-12-31
Application of antibodies as highly specific binding targets has sofar been limited to the pharmaceutical/medical area, primarily as targeting agents. Whilst there exist ample possibilities outside this area, such as e.g. targeted antibacterial components for highly effective ...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5280
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2930422
Start date: 1993-09-01, End date: 1996-08-31
Transport P-type ATPases are major proteins in the membranes of eucaryotic cells. These proteins are essential for the life of the cell as they are involved in the maintenance of internal ionic concentration and pH of the cell. The transport P-type ATPases perform active trans...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5864
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2930078
Start date: 1993-09-01, End date: 1996-08-31
In this project the structure and function of H(+)-ATPases from photosynthetic membrane systems were studied. Functional studies involved the efficiency and regulation of enzyme kinetics and proton flux, interactions between the subunits and with other functionally coupled pro...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5878
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2930471
Start date: 1993-09-01, End date: 1996-08-31
The overall goal of this project was to develop in vitro bioassays which would identify putative teratogens by their ability to impair the major developmental events of cell proliferation rate and differentiation, migration and cell-cell recognition. Five main approaches were ...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5861
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2930111
Start date: 1993-09-01, End date: 1996-08-31
The mucosal surfaces are often the first barriers for infectious agents. Consequently, mucosal immunity is probably one of the most efficient host defense mechanism aimed at by new generation vaccines. The objectives of this project are the development and assessment of new te...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5871
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2920206
Start date: 1993-02-01, End date: 1996-07-31
The severe pathologies observed during infectious diseases such as Malaria and Tuberculosis are associated with, and in some instances caused by, an inappropriate immune response against the corresponding pathogen. The development of modern subunit vaccines against Plasmodia o...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5289
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2930349
Start date: 1993-09-01, End date: 1996-12-31
To deliver foreign antigens or epitopes as vaccines to mucosal surfaces, both living and nonliving carriers can be attractive vehicles. Basically in this project two problems have to be solved: (a) construction of stable live recombinant vectors which present foreign epitopes;...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5865
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2920520
Start date: 1993-02-01, End date: 1996-01-31
- to construct insertion cassettes based on the pSAM2 integrative plasmid and the Ms6 temperate mycophage - to study the replication of the pAL5000 plasmid vector - to introduce foreign antigens from various pathogens and cytokines in BCG - to study immune responses induced a...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5298
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2920134
Start date: 1993-02-01, End date: 1996-01-31
The aim of this project has been to develop an orally-delivered mucosal vaccine vector system based on rationally designed genetic attenuation of virulence in the invasive enteric pathogen S. flexneri. A proper vaccine vector is a strain attenuated to avoid reactogenicity in v...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5287
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2920089
Start date: 1993-01-01, End date: 1996-06-30
The main objective of the project for the last three years was to develop a new generation of multivalent recombinant vaccines based on non-pathogenic Gram positive bacteria Staphylococcus xylosus and Staphylococcus carnosus. The use of these bacteria represents an original ap...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5285
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
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