Zysset, Daniel

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2019

Müller, Christoph; Kwong Chung, Cheong K. C.; Faderl, Martin R.; Brasseit, Jennifer; Zysset, Daniel (2019). Helicobacter spp. in Experimental Models of Colitis. In: Belibasakis, Georgios N.; Hajishengallis, George; Bostanci, Nagihan; Curtis, Michael A. (eds.) Oral Mucosal Immunity and Microbiome. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology: Vol. 1197 (pp. 97-105). Cham: Springer 10.1007/978-3-030-28524-1_8

2018

Brasseit, Jennifer; Kwong Chung, Cheong Kwet Choy; Noti, Mario; Zysset, Daniel; Hoheisel-Dickgreber, Nina; Genitsch, Vera; Corazza, Nadia; Müller, Christoph (2018). Divergent Roles of Interferon-γ and Innate Lymphoid Cells in Innate and Adaptive Immune Cell-Mediated Intestinal Inflammation. Frontiers in immunology, 9(23) Frontiers Research Foundation 10.3389/fimmu.2018.00023

2017

Saurer, Leslie; Zysset, Daniel; Rihs, Silvia; Mager, Lukas; Gusberti, Matteo; Simillion, Cedric; Lugli, Alessandro; Zlobec, Inti; Krebs, Philippe; Müller, Christoph (2017). TREM-1 promotes intestinal tumorigenesis. Scientific Reports, 7(1), p. 14870. Nature Publishing Group 10.1038/s41598-017-14516-4

2016

Zysset, Daniel; Weber, Benjamin; Rihs, Silvia; Brasseit, Jennifer; Freigang, Stefan Bernd; Riether, Carsten; Banz Wälti, Yara; Cerwenka, Adelheid; Simillion, Cedric; Marques-Vidal, Pedro; Ochsenbein, Adrian; Saurer, Leslie; Müller, Christoph (2016). TREM-1 links dyslipidemia to inflammation and lipid deposition in atherosclerosis. Nature communications, 7(13151), p. 13151. Nature Publishing Group 10.1038/ncomms13151

2014

Weber, Benjamin; Schuster, Steffen; Zysset, Daniel; Rihs, Silvia; Dickgreber, Nina; Schürch, Christian; Riether, Carsten; Siegrist, Mark; Schneider, Christoph; Pawelski, Helga; Gurzeler, Ursina; Ziltener, Pascal; Genitsch, Vera; Tacchini-Cottier, Fabienne; Ochsenbein, Adrian; Hofstetter, Willy; Kopf, Manfred; Kaufmann, Thomas; Oxenius, Annette; Reith, Walter; ... (2014). TREM-1 deficiency can attenuate disease severity without affecting pathogen clearance. PLoS pathogens, 10(1), e1003900. Public Library of Science 10.1371/journal.ppat.1003900

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