The human immune system is primarily made up of different types of white blood cells that come into action when pathogens pass the body’s barriers. These cells can kill pathogens directly or secrete cytokines, proteins that are crucial in initiating and effectuating an appropriate immune response. In her research, Lisa Vogelpoel focuses on Fc gamma receptors (FcγRs) and the role they play in modulating cytokine responses.
L.T.C. Vogelpoel: FcγRlla, a Novel Director of Cytokine Production in Infection and Autoimmunity.
Prof. E.C. de Jong
Prof. M.L. Kapsenberg
Dr J. den Dunnen
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