ing. A.H. (Arjen) Petersen

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  1. Glycan modification of rPhl p5a leads to superior suppression of allergic inflammation in SCIT mouse model of allergic asthma

    Hesse, L., Feenstra, R., Kalay, H., Ambrosini, M., Petersen, A. H., Vietor, H., Van Kooyk, Y. & Nawijn, M. C., Aug-2020, In : Allergy. 75, p. 98-98 1 p.

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  2. Cellular senescence impairs the reversibility of pulmonary arterial hypertension

    van der Feen, D. E., Bossers, G. P. L., Hagdorn, Q. A. J., Moonen, J-R., Kurakula, K., Szulcek, R., Chappell, J., Vallania, F., Donato, M., Kok, K., Kohli, J. S., Petersen, A. H., van Leusden, T., Demaria, M., Goumans, M-J. T. H., De Boer, R. A., Khatri, P., Rabinovitch, M., Berger, R. M. F. & Bartelds, B., 29-Jul-2020, In : Science Translational Medicine. 12, 554, 14 p., 4974.

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  3. Subcutaneous immunotherapy using modified Phl p5a-derived peptides efficiently alleviates allergic asthma in mice

    Hesse, L., Feenstra, R., Ambrosini, M., de Jager, W. A., Petersen, A., Vietor, H., Unger, W. W. J., van Kooyk, Y. & Nawijn, M. C., 8-Jul-2019, In : Allergy. 5 p.

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