The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Microbiology, Pathogen, Innate immune system, Immunology and Immune system. The concepts of her Microbiology study are interwoven with issues in Bacteria, Inflammation, Salmonella enterica and Virulence. Her work carried out in the field of Innate immune system brings together such families of science as Phenotype, Cell, Neuroscience and Immunity.
She regularly links together related areas like Intestinal mucosa in her Immunology studies. Her studies in Immune system integrate themes in fields like Disease and Dysbiosis. As part of one scientific family, Bärbel Stecher deals mainly with the area of Colonisation resistance, narrowing it down to issues related to the Microbiome, and often Inflammatory bowel disease.
Her main research concerns Microbiology, Salmonella enterica, Salmonella, Colitis and Immunology. Her Microbiology research incorporates themes from Microbiome, Gut flora and Virulence. Her Salmonella enterica research includes elements of Colicin, Lumen, Type three secretion system and Enterobacteriaceae.
In Salmonella, she works on issues like Secretion, which are connected to Mucus. Her Colitis research focuses on Inflammation and how it relates to Spleen. Her study explores the link between Immune system and topics such as Dysbiosis that cross with problems in Antibiotics.
Bärbel Stecher mainly focuses on Microbiology, Microbiome, Gut flora, Colitis and Computational biology. Bärbel Stecher works in the field of Microbiology, focusing on Colonisation resistance in particular. Bärbel Stecher has included themes like Plasmid, Pathogen and Oleic acid in her Colonisation resistance study.
Her Microbiome study incorporates themes from Host, Internal medicine, Feces and Metabolic potential. The concepts of her Gut flora study are interwoven with issues in Phage therapy, Predation, Bacteria, Cholesterol and Virulence. Her work deals with themes such as Inflammation, Barrier function, Inflammatory bowel disease and Dysbiosis, which intersect with Colitis.
Microbiology, Escherichia coli, Gut flora, Microbiome and Colonisation resistance are her primary areas of study. Her Escherichia coli study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Bacteria, Spatial heterogeneity, Predation and Ecological dynamics. Her Gut flora research integrates issues from Salmonella enterica and Virulence.
Her work carried out in the field of Salmonella enterica brings together such families of science as Altered Schaedler flora and Colitis. The Microbiome study combines topics in areas such as Rectum, Enterococcus, Cohort study and Cohort. She interconnects Plasmid, Pathogen, Oleic acid and Salmonella in the investigation of issues within Colonisation resistance.
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Host microbiota constantly control maturation and function of microglia in the CNS
Daniel Erny;Anna Lena Hrabě de Angelis;Diego Jaitin;Peter Wieghofer.
Nature Neuroscience (2015)
Salmonella enterica serovar typhimurium exploits inflammation to compete with the intestinal microbiota
Bärbel Stecher;Riccardo Robbiani;Alan W. Walker;Astrid M. Westendorf.
PLOS Biology (2007)
The role of microbiota in infectious disease
Bärbel Stecher;Wolf Dietrich Hardt.
Trends in Microbiology (2008)
Innate and Adaptive Immunity Cooperate Flexibly to Maintain Host-Microbiota Mutualism
Emma Wetter Slack;Emma Wetter Slack;Siegfried Hapfelmeier;Siegfried Hapfelmeier;Bärbel Stecher;Yuliya Velykoredko.
The Salmonella Pathogenicity Island (SPI)-2 and SPI-1 Type III Secretion Systems Allow Salmonella Serovar typhimurium to Trigger Colitis via MyD88-Dependent and MyD88-Independent Mechanisms
Siegfried Hapfelmeier;Bärbel Stecher;Manja Barthel;Marcus Kremer.
Journal of Immunology (2005)
Like Will to Like: Abundances of Closely Related Species Can Predict Susceptibility to Intestinal Colonization by Pathogenic and Commensal Bacteria
Bärbel Stecher;Samuel Chaffron;Rina Käppeli;Siegfried Hapfelmeier.
PLOS Pathogens (2010)
Self-destructive cooperation mediated by phenotypic noise.
Martin Ackermann;Bärbel Stecher;Nikki E. Freed;Pascal Songhet.
The intestinal microbiota, a leaky gut, and abnormal immunity in kidney disease
Hans-Joachim Anders;Kirstin Andersen;Bärbel Stecher.
Kidney International (2013)
The outer mucus layer hosts a distinct intestinal microbial niche
Hai Li;Julien Periclis Jean Limenitakis;Tobias Fuhrer;Markus Geuking.
Nature Communications (2015)
Mechanisms controlling pathogen colonization of the gut
Bärbel Stecher;Wolf-Dietrich Hardt.
Current Opinion in Microbiology (2011)
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