Head of Institute:
Prof. Dr. med. Christian Bogdan
  1. Mattner J., Schindler H., Diefenbach A., Röllinghoff M., Gresser I., and Bogdan, C. Regulation of type 2 nitric oxide synthase by type I interferon in macrophages infected with Leishmania major. Eur J. Immunol. 2000. 30: 2257-2267.
  2. Bogdan C. Mattner J., and Schleicher U. The role of type I interferons in non-viral infections. Immunological Reviews. 2004. 202: 33-48.
  3. Mattner J., Wandersee-Steinhauser A., Pahl A., Rollinghoff M., Majeau G.R., Hochman P.S., and Bogdan C. Protection against progressive leishmaniasis by IFN-beta. J. Immunol. 2004. 172: 7574-7582.
  4. Ritter U., Mattner J., Rocha J.S., Bogdan C., and Korner H. The control of Leishmania major by TNF in vivo is dependent on the parasite strain. Microbes Infect. 2004. 6: 559-565.
  5. Schleicher U., Mattner J., Blos M., Schindler H., Rollinghoff M., Karaghiosoff M., Muller M., Werner-Felmayer G., and Bogdan C. Control of Leishmania major in the absence of Tyk2 kinase. Eur. J.Immunol. 2004. 34: 519-529.
  6. Goff R., Gao Y., Mattner J., Zhou D., Ning Y., Cantu III C., Teyton L., Bendelac A., and Savage P.B. Synthesis of alpha-Galactosylceramides and their effects ob cytokine release by natural killer T cells. JACS. 2004. 126: 13602-13603.
  7. Zhou D., Mattner J., Cantu III C., Schrantz N., Ning Y., Gao Y., Sagiv Y., Hudspeth K., Wu Y., Teneberg S., Wang D., Proia R., Levery S.B., Savage P.B., Teyton L., and Bendelac A. An endogenouslysosomal glycoshingolipid recognized by mouse and human NKT cells, Science. 2004. 306: 1786-1789.
  8. Mattner J., DeBord K.L., Goff R.D., Cantu III C., Zhou D., Saint-Mezard P., Wang V., Gao Y., Yin N., Hoebe K., Schneewind O., Ismail N., Walker D., Beutler B., Teyton L., Savage P.B., and Bendelac A. Exogenous and endogenous glycolipid antigens activate NKT cells during microbial infections. Nature. 2005. 434: 525-529. Article has been cited 354 times in Scopus
  9. Zajonic D.M., Cantu III C., Mattner J., Zhou D., Savage P.B., Bendelac A., Wilson I.A., and Teyton L. Structure and function of a potent a-galactosylceramide agonist for the semi-invariant NKT cell receptor. Nature Immunology. 2005. 6: 810-818
  10. Mattner J., Donhauser N., Werner - Felmayer G., and Bogdan C. NKT cells mediate organ-specific resistance against Leishmania major infection. Microbes Infect. 2006. 8: 354-62
  11. Sagiv Y. Hudspeth H., Mattner J., Schrantz N., Stern R., Zhou D., Savage P.B., Teyton L., and Bendelac A. Cutting Edge: Impaired glycosphingolipid trafficking and NKT cell development in mice lacking Niemann-Pick type C1 protein. J. Immunol. 2006. 177: 26-30
  12. Liu Y., Goff R.D., Zhou D., Mattner J., Sullivan B.A., Khurana A., Cantu C. 3rd, Ravkov E.V., Ibegbu C.C., Altman J.D., Teyton L., Bendelac A., and Savage P.B. A modified alpha-galactosyl ceramide for staining and stimulating natural killer T cells. J Immunol Methods. 2006. 312: 34-39
  13. Long X., Deng S., Mattner J., Zang Z., Zhou D., McNary N., Goff R.D., Teyton L., Bendelac A., and Savage P.B. Synthesis and evaluation of stimulatory properties of Sphingomonadaceae glycolipids. Nat.Chem.Biol. 2007. 3: 559-564.
  14. Rocha F.J., Schleicher U., Mattner J., Alber G., and Bogdan C. Cytokines, signaling pathways, and effector molecules required for the control of Leishmania (Viannia) braziliensis in mice. Infect. Immun. 2007. 75: 3823-3833
  15. Pedra, J.H., Mattner J., Tao J., Kerfoot S.M., Davis R.J., Flavell R.A., Askenase P.W., Yin Z., and Fikrig E. c-Jun NH2-terminal kinase 2 inhibits gamma interferon production during Anaplasma phagocytophilum infection. Infect Immun. 2008. 76: 308-316.
  16. Liu Y., Deng S., Bai L., Freigang S., Mattner J., Teyton L., Bendelac A., and Savage P.B. Synthesis of diglycosylceramides and evaluation of their iNKT cell stimulatory properties. Bioorg Med Chem Lett. 2008. 18: 3052-3055.
  17. Mattner J., Savage P.B., Leung P., Oertelt S.S., Wang V., Trivedi O., Scanlon S.T., Pendem K., Teyton L., Hart J., Ridgway W.M., Wicker L.S., Gershwin M.E., and Bendelac A. Liver autoimmunity triggered by NKT cells. Cell Host & Microbe. 2008. 3: 304-315.
  18. Vas, J., Mattner J., Richardson S., Ndonye R., Gaughan J.P., Howell A., and Monestier M. Regulatory roles for NKT cell ligands in environmentally-induced autoimmunity. J. Immunol. 2008. 3: 304-315
  19. Yin, N., Long, X., Goff, R., Zhou, D., Cantu III, C., Mattner J., Saint-Mezard, P., Teyton, L., Bendelac, A., and Savage, P.B. Alpha Anomers of iGb3 and Gb3 Stimulate Cytokine Production by Natural Killer T Cells. ACS Chem. Biol. 2009. 20: 199-208.
  20. Mohammed J., and Mattner J. Autoimmune disease triggered by infection with alphaproteobacteria. Expert Rev. Clin. Immunol. 2009. 5: 369-379
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