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Håkan Eriksson

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Ph.D in biochemistry, Professor in biochemistry. Lecturer in biochemistry and cellbiology and doing research in immunology with focus on how aluminium adjuvants in vaccine formulation affect the immune response.

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Visiting address: Jan Waldenströms gata 25, MAS 49, E505
Postal address:Malmö universitet, 205 06 Malmö
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Inflammatory effects of adjuvants in vaccines
  • Publications

  • Selected publications from Malmö University Electronic Publishing.

    Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
    Mile, Irene, Svensson, Andreas, Darabi, Anna, Mold, Matthew, Siesjö, Peter, Eriksson, Håkan (2015) "Al adjuvants can be tracked in viable cells by lumogallion staining" Journal of Immunological Methods;, 87-94, Elsevier, ISSN 0022-1759, DOI [länk],

    Mold, Matt, Eriksson, Håkan, Siesjö, Peter, Darabi, Anna, Shardlow, Emma, Exley, Christopher (2014) "Unequivocal identification of intracellular aluminium adjuvant in a monocytic THP-1 cell line" Scientific Reports;4, 6287, Nature, ISSN 2045-2322, DOI [länk], (PDF document) (application/pdf)

    Ohlsson, Lars, Exley, Christopher, Darabi, Anna, Sandén, Emma, Siesjö, Peter, Eriksson, Håkan (2013) "Aluminium based adjuvants and their effects on mitochondria and lysosomes of phagocytosing cells" Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry;128, 229-236, Elsevier, ISSN 1873-3344, DOI [länk],

    Andersson, Linda, Cirkic, Emina, Hellman, Peter, Eriksson, Håkan (2012) "Myeloid blood dendritic cells and monocyte-derived dendritic cells differ in their endocytosing capability" Human Immunology;11, 1073–1081, Elsevier, ISSN 0198-8859, DOI [länk], (PDF document) (application/pdf)

    Exley, Christopher, Siesjö, Peter, Eriksson, Håkan (2010) "The immunobiology of aluminium adjuvants: how do they really work?" Trends in Immunolgy;3, 103-109, ISSN 1471-4906, DOI [länk],

    Hellman, Peter, Andersson, Linda, Eriksson, Håkan (2009) "Ligand surface density is important for efficient capture of immunoglobulin and phosphatidylcholine coated particles by human peripheral dendritic cells" Cellular Immunology;2, 123-130, Elsevier, DOI [länk],

    Andersson, Linda, Hellman, Peter, Eriksson, Håkan (2008) "Receptor-mediated endocytosis of particles by peripheral dendritic cells" Human Immunology;69, 625-633, 2008, DOI [länk],

    Hellman, Peter, Eriksson, Håkan (2007) "Early Activation Markers of Human Peripheral Dendritic Cells" Human Immunology;5, 324-333, Elsevier Inc., DOI [länk], (PDF document) (application/pdf)

    Andersson, Linda, Eriksson, Håkan (2007) "De-aluminated zeolite Y as a Tool to Study Endocytosis, A Delivery System Revealing Differences between Human Peripheral Dendritic Cells" Scandinavian Journal of Immunology;1, 52-61,

    Dahm, Å, Eriksson, H (2004) "Ultra-stable zeolites - a tool for in-cell chemistry." Journal of biotechnology;3, 279-90, Elsevier Science Publishers, ISSN 0168-1656,

    Scientific Journal Articles
    Svensson, Andreas, Eriksson, Håkan (2016) "Tracing aluminium adjuvants in viable cells" Atlas of Science;February 29, 1, Atlas of Science, (PDF document) (application/pdf)
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  Malmö universitet  
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  , rum MAS 49, E505, Jan Waldenströms gata 25, Malmö

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