Immunological Biotechnology

 

Research

Immunological biotechnology represents a strategy for dissecting and manipulating molecular processes in health and disease and is crucial for development and optimisation of proteins for therapeutic intervention as well as diagnostics.

Central for our research is the molecular access to the pathological condition and a consequent and mechanism-driven development of biologicals at the interface of immunology, protein biochemistry, biotechnology, and chemistry. Within this concept the specific needs for patient tailored, precision medical treatment are addressed.

The understanding of molecular functions, structures and interactions enables the design of biologicals and offers novel opportunities for shaping of immune responses.

Specific research topics

Specific research interests and projects primarily focus on molecular immunology in research, diagnostics and therapy:

Immune repertoires and combinatorial technologies

Immunoglobulins: isotypes, functions, targeting

Molecular allergology

Molecular recognition in health and disease

Nanobodys for diagnostics and intervention

Protein engineering and production

Diagnostic technologies

News

- Grethe Stampe Legat to the Immunological BIotechnology group for scientific contributions (DSA årsmøde, 18.8.2018)