Laboratory of Cellular and Molecular Immunology

Main affiliations

Our unit has a double affiliation:

The CMIM interactome

Research in the unit of Cellular and Molecular Immunology (CMIM) is centered around a number of mutually interacting themes:

The combination of scientific expertise and know-how within the CMIM unit has in recent years led to pioneering research on therapeutic and diagnostic applications of Nbs in cancer and infectious diseases [4]. This type of "Nanobodies for health" research - in which Nbs are developed and used as tools for human and animal health applications - is a central link among parts of the 3 major research themes in the immunology group and is currently being extended to applications of nanobodies for in vivo targeting of myeloid cells during cancer and inflammatory disorders (see for example the "Inflammatrack" project).

Selected references

[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
Back to top

©2011• Cellular and Molecular Immunology • Last update of this page on 13/09/2013