Hi, I am Naceur Mejri, My LiveDNA is 216.22952
 
   
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Dr. Naceur Mejri
 
Highest Degree: PostDoc. in Immunology from University of Bern, Switzerland
 
Institute: National Center for Nuclear Sciences and Technology, Tunisia
 
Area of Interest: Molecular Sciences
  •   Parasitology
  •   Immunology
  •   Entomology
  •   Zoology
 
URL: http://livedna.org/216.22952
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Gottstein, B., K. Haag, M. Walker, J. Matsumoto, N. Mejri and A. Hemphill, 2006. Molecular survival strategies of Echinococcus multilocularis in the murine host. Parasitol. Int., 55: S45-S49.
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2:   Leboulle, G., M. Crippa, Y. Decrem, N. Mejri, M. Brossard, A. Bollen and E. Godfroid, 2002. Characterization of a novel salivary immunosuppressive protein from Ixodes ricinus ticks. J. Biol. Chem., 277: 10083-10089.
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3:   Masoko, P., J. Picard and J.N. Eloff, 2010. The use of a rat model to evaluate the in vivo toxicity and wound healing activity of selected Combretum and Terminalia (Combretaceae) species extracts. Onderstepoort J. Vet. Res., 77: 1-7.
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4:   Mejri, N. and B. Gottstein, 2006. IntraperitonealEchinococcus multilocularis infection in C57BL/6 mice affects CD40 and B7 costimulator expression on peritoneal macrophages and impairs peritoneal T cell activation. Parasite Immunol., 28: 373-385.
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5:   Mejri, N. and B. Gottstein, 2009. Echinococcus multilocularis metacestode metabolites contain a cysteine protease that digests eotaxin, a CC pro-inflammatory chemokine. Parasitol Res., 105: 1253-1260.
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6:   Mejri, N. and M. Brossard, 2007. Induction of Th2 cell differentiation in primary immune response in vitro and in vivo: Splenic dendritic cells incubated withIxodes ricinus tick saliva prime naïve CD4+T cells to secret IL-4. Int. Immunol., 19: 535-543.
7:   Mejri, N., A. Hemphill and B. Gottstein, 2010. Triggering and modulation of the Host-Parasite interplay by Echinococcus multilocularis: A review. Parasitology, 137: 557-568.
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8:   Mejri, N., B. Rutti and M. Brossard, 2002. Immunosuppressive effects of ixodes ricinus tick saliva or salivary gland extracts on innate and acquired immune response of BALB/c mice. Parasitol. Res., 88: 192-197.
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9:   Mejri, N., I.E. Hassen, J. Knapp and M. Saidi, 2017. Impairment of macrophage presenting ability and viability by echinococcus granulosus antigens. Iran. J. Immunol., 14: 35-50.
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10:   Mejri, N., J. Müller and B. Gottstein, 2011. Intraperitoneal murine Echinococcus multilocularis infection induces differentiation of TGF-β-expressing DCs that remain immature. Parasite Immunol., 33: 471-482.
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11:   Mejri, N., N. Franscini, B. Rutti and M. Brossard, 2001. Th2 polarization of the immune response of BALB/c mice to Ixodes ricinus instars, importance of several antigens in activation of specific Th2 subpopulations. Parasite. Immunol., 23: 61-69.
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12:   Mejri, N., N. Müller, A. Hemphill and B. Gottstein, 2011. Intraperitoneal Echinococcus multilocularis infection in mice modulates peritoneal CD4+ and CD8+ regulatory T cell development. Parasitol. Int., 60: 45-53.
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