Benoît Frisch

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One important function of conventional dendritic cells (cDC) is their high capacity to capture, process and present Ag to T lymphocytes. Mouse splenic cDC subtypes, including CD8α(+) and CD8α(-) cDC, are not identical in their Ag presenting and T cell priming functions. Surprisingly, few studies have reported functional differences between CD4(-) and CD4(+)(More)
Efficient delivery of tumour-associated antigens to appropriate cellular compartments of antigen-presenting cells is of prime importance for the induction of potent, cell-mediated antitumour immune responses. We have designed novel multivalent liposomal constructs that co-deliver the p63-71 cytotoxic T Lymphocyte epitope derived from human ErbB2 (HER2), and(More)
Influenza A virus infection can predispose to potentially devastating secondary bacterial infections. Invariant natural killer T (iNKT) cells are unconventional, lipid-reactive T lymphocytes that exert potent immunostimulatory functions. Using a mouse model of postinfluenza invasive secondary pneumococcal infection, we sought to establish whether(More)
Mucosal surfaces are promising routes for vaccination. Among mucosa, airway mucosa provides the opportunity to develop non-invasive approaches for vaccine delivery. In the current study, nasal route was used to investigate the potency of highly versatile di-epitopic liposomal constructs of different size, structure and composition to exhibit antitumor(More)
Click-based reactions were conducted at the surface of small unilamellar vesicles (SUVs) to provide onto-vesicle chemistry with efficient innovative ready-for-use tools. For that purpose, four amphiphilic molecules were designed to insert into bilayers while presenting a reactive functional head. In this manner, a(More)
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