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Name: Prof. Dr. Alvarez Dominguez, Carmen
Address: 'Avda. Valdecilla, S/N
Institution: 'Servicio de Inmunología Fundacion Publica de Servicios Provinciales Hospitalarios
 
City: Santander Zip: ES-39008
Country: Spain Phone: +34-687-492768
    Fax: +34-942-203453
Email: calvarez@humv.es
www: http://www.humv.es/inmunologia

 

Research Topics:
1.- Recombinant vaccines against intracellular bacteria using Listeria monocytogenes as carrier for Mycobacterium antigens. - specially considereing are peptidic vaccines and dendritic cells as vaccine carriers - proteomics of bacterial factors inhibiting Rab-function - phagosome-proteomics 2.- Role of lysosomal proteins as efficient bactericidal agents against intracellular bacteria - characterization of lysosomal proteases with bactericidal potency - analysis of bactericidal molecular domains - bacterial factors target of lysosomal proteases - considerations for vaccine designs

 

Organisms studied:
  • E. coli
  • Mycobacterium bovis

 

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Studies of non-oxidative and oxidative bactericidal mechanisms, characterization of phagosomal virulence factors of intracellular bacteria, interference of intracellular bacteria with Rab-Rac G
 
   
   
   
     
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