Ida Rosenkrands

Ida Rosenkrands

Kontakt

Ida Rosenkrands, Seniorforsker, Afdeling for Infektionsimmunologi / Chlamydia Immune Analysis and Protein Ch
T. 32683721 @. idr@ssi.dk

Forskningsområder

Med det overordnede mål at udvikle vacciner og diagnostiske reagenser er min forskning fokuseret på identifikation og karakterisering af antigener fra humane patogener, især de bakterier der forårsager genital eller okular klamydia og tuberkulose. Dette inkluderer:

  • Karakterisering af det humane antistofrespons efter genital klamydiainfektion og vaccination
  • Identifikation af serologiske antigener fra Chlamydia trachomatis og Mycobacterium tuberculosis
  • Proteomstudier på C. trachomatis og M. tuberculosis dyrket under forskellige vækstbetingelser

Ansvarsområder

  • Afsnitsleder for Chlamydia immunanalyser og proteinekspression

Udvalgte publikationer

  • Grasse, M., I. Rosenkrands, A. Olsen, F. Follmann, J. Dietrich 2018. A flow cytometry-based assay to determine the phagocytic activity of both clinical and nonclinical antibody samples against Chlamydia trachomatis. Cytometry A. 93:525.
  • Olsen A.W., E.K. Lorenzen, I. Rosenkrands, F. Follmann, P. Andersen 2017. Protective Effect of Vaccine Promoted Neutralizing Antibodies against the Intracellular Pathogen Chlamydia trachomatis. Front Immunol. 8:1652.
  • Østergaard, O., F. Follmann, A.W. Olsen, N.H. Heegaard, P. Andersen, and I. Rosenkrands 2016. Quantitative Protein Profiling of Chlamydia trachomatis Growth Forms Reveals Defense Strategies Against Tryptophan Starvation. Mol Cell Proteomics. 15:3540.
  • Olsen, A.W., F. Follmann, K. Erneholm, I. Rosenkrands, and P. Andersen 2015. Protection Against Chlamydia trachomatis Infection and Upper Genital Tract Pathological Changes by Vaccine-Promoted Neutralizing Antibodies Directed to the VD4 of the Major Outer Membrane Protein. J Infect Dis. 212:978.
  • Albrethsen, J., J. Agner, S.R. Piersma, P. Hojrup, T.V. Pham, K. Weldingh, C.R. Jimenez, P. Andersen, and I. Rosenkrands 2013. Proteomic profiling of Mycobacterium tuberculosis identifies nutrient-starvation-responsive toxin-antitoxin systems. Mol Cell Proteomics, 2013. 12:1180.