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Georgia Papapavlou Lingehed

PhD student



Alberto Zenere, Sandra Hellberg, Georgia Papapavlou Lingehed, Maria Svenvik, Johan Mellergård, Charlotte Dahle, Magnus Vrethem, Johanna Raffetseder, Mohsen Khademi, Tomas Olsson, Marie Blomberg, Maria Jenmalm, Claudio Altafini, Mika Gustafsson, Jan Ernerudh (2023) Prominent epigenetic and transcriptomic changes in CD4(+) and CD8(+) T cells during and after pregnancy in women with multiple sclerosis and controls Journal of Neuroinflammation, Vol. 20, Article 98 Continue to DOI


Georgia Papapavlou Lingehed, Sandra Hellberg, Jesse Huang, Mohsen Khademi, Ingrid Kockum, Hanna Carlsson, Ivar Tjernberg, Maria Svenvik, Jonas Lind, Marie Blomberg, Magnus Vrethem, Johan Mellergård, Mika Gustafsson, Maria Jenmalm, Tomas Olsson, Jan Ernerudh (2022) Plasma protein profiling reveals dynamic immunomodulatory changes in multiple sclerosis patients during pregnancy Frontiers in Immunology, Vol. 13, Article 930947 Continue to DOI
Lars Ahlbeck, Emelie Ahlberg, Janne Björkander, Caroline Aldén, Georgia Papapavlou, Laura Palmberg, Ulla Nyström Kronander, Pavlos Retsas, Patrik Nordenfelt, Totte Togö, Pål Johansen, Bo Rolander, Karel Duchén, Maria Jenmalm (2022) Intralymphatic immunotherapy with one or two allergens renders similar clinical response in patients with allergic rhinitis due to birch and grass pollen Clinical and Experimental Allergy, Vol. 52, p. 747-759 Continue to DOI


Georgia Papapavlou, Sandra Hellberg, Johanna Raffetseder, Jan Brynhildsen, Mika Gustafsson, Maria Jenmalm, Jan Ernerudh (2021) Differential effects of estradiol and progesterone on human T cell activation in vitro European Journal of Immunology, Vol. 51, p. 2430-2440 Continue to DOI
Sandra Hellberg, Johanna Raffetseder, Olof Rundquist, Rasmus Magnusson, Georgia Papapavlou, Maria Jenmalm, Jan Ernerudh, Mika Gustafsson (2021) Progesterone Dampens Immune Responses in In Vitro Activated CD4(+) T Cells and Affects Genes Associated With Autoimmune Diseases That Improve During Pregnancy Frontiers in Immunology, Vol. 12, Article 672168 Continue to DOI