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Research

Our research projects include:

  • A complete analysis of the T cell epitopes induced by Yellow Fever virus vaccination

  • A complete analysis of T cell epitopes induced by cytomegalovirus infection (in particular by CMV IE1 and IE2 molecules)

  • A complete analysis of the specificity of human MHC class I and II molecules

  • A complete analysis of the stability of human MHC class I and II molecules

  • Generation of predictors covering the peptide-binding specificity and stability of all human MHC molecules

  • Development of efficient methods to analyze MHC class I and II restricted T cells responses

  • Development of efficient methods to generate MHC class I and II tetramers

  • Generation of reversible peptide-MHC multimers for the purification of human T cells for clinical use

  • Development of similar resources to address animal MHC molecules and T cell responses

  • Development of methods to clone individual T cell receptors and analyze their specificity

  • Development of a peptide microarray-based approach to analyze T and B cell specificity