The HogenEsch Research Group

Our research focuses on vaccine development and mechanisms of chronic inflammation for the benefit of people and animals.

Recent Publications

HogenEsch H, O'Hagan DT, Fox CB (2018) Optimizing the utilization of aluminum adjuvants in vaccines: you might just get what you want. Npj Vaccines, 3:51.

Franco J, Ferreira C, Paschoal Sobreira TJ, Sundberg JP, HogenEsch H (2018) Profiling of epidermal lipids in a mouse model of dermatitis: Identification of potential biomarkers. PLoS One 13: e0196595.

Mosley YC, Lu F, HogenEsch H (2017) Differences in innate IFNγ and IL-17 responses to Bordetella pertussis between BALB/c and C57BL/6 mice: role of γδT cells, NK cells, and dendritic cells. Immunol Res 65:1139-1149.

Lu F, Mosley Y, Rosales RR, Carmichael BE, Elesela S, Yao Y, HogenEsch H (2017) Alpha-D-glucan nanoparticulate adjuvant induces a transient inflammatory response at the injection site and targets antigen to migratory dendritic cells. Npj Vaccines, 2:4.

Mosley YYC, Radder JE, Berndt A, HogenEsch H (2017) Genome-wide association mapping of the antibody response to diphtheria-tetanus-acellular pertussis vaccine in mice. J Infectious Dis, 215:466-474.

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