Publications Müller, A; Solnick, J V (2011). Inflammation, immunity, and vaccine development for Helicobacter pylori. Helicobacter, 16(Sup 1):26-32. Arnold, I C; Dehzad, N; Reuter, S; Martin, H; Becher, B; Taube, C; Müller, A (2011). Helicobacter pylori infection prevents allergic asthma in mouse models through the induction of regulatory T cells. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 121(8):3088-3093. Oertli, M; Engler, D B; Kohler, E; Koch, M; Meyer, T F; Müller, A (2011). MicroRNA-155 is essential for the T cell-mediated control of Helicobacter pylori infection and for the induction of chronic gastritis and colitis. Journal of Immunology, 187(7):3578-3586. Toller, I M; Neelsen, K J; Steger, M; Hartung, M L; Hottiger, M O; Stucki, M; Kalali, B; Gerhard, M; Sartori, A A; Lopes, Massimo; Müller, A (2011). Carcinogenic bacterial pathogen Helicobacter pylori triggers DNA double-strand breaks and a DNA damage response in its host cells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 108(36):14944-14949. Hitzler, I; Oertli, M; Becher, B; Agger, E M; Müller, A (2011). Dendritic cells prevent rather than promote immunity conferred by a helicobacter vaccine using a mycobacterial adjuvant. Gastroenterology, 141(1):186-196.e1. Arnold, I C; Hitzler, I; Engler, D; Oertli, M; Agger, E M; Müller, A (2011). The C-terminally encoded, MHC class II-restricted T cell antigenicity of the helicobacter pylori virulence factor CagA promotes gastric preneoplasia. Journal of Immunology, 186(11):6165-6172. Arnold, I C; Zigova, Z; Holden, M; Lawley, T D; Rademakers, R; Dougan, G; Falkow, S; Bentley, S D; Müller, A (2011). Comparative whole genome sequence analysis of the carcinogenic bacterial model pathogen helicobacter felis. Genome Biology and Evolution, 3:302-308. Craig, V J; Cogliatti, S B; Imig, J; Renner, C; Neuenschwander, S; Rehrauer, H; Schlapbach, R; Dirnhofer, S; Tzankov, A; Müller, A (2011). Myc-mediated repression of microRNA-34a promotes high grade transformation of B-cell lymphoma by dysregulation of FoxP1. Blood, 117(23):6227-6236. Craig, V J; Cogliatti, S B; Rehrauer, H; Wündisch, T; Müller, A (2011). Epigenetic silencing of microRNA-203 dysregulates ABL1 expression and drives Helicobacter-associated gastric lymphomagenesis. Cancer Research, 71(10):3616-3624. Sayi, A; Kohler, E; Toller, I M; Flavell, R A; Müller, W; Roers, A; Müller, A (2011). TLR-2-Activated B Cells Suppress Helicobacter-Induced Preneoplastic Gastric Immunopathology by Inducing T Regulatory-1 Cells. Journal of Immunology, 186(2):878-890. Arnold, I; Lee, J Y; Amieva, M R; Roers, A; Flavell, R A; Sparwasser, T; Müller, A (2011). Tolerance rather than immunity protects from Helicobacter pylori -induced gastric preneoplasia. Gastroenterology, 140(1):199-209. Craig, V J; Arnold, I; Gerke, C; Huynh, M Q; Wundisch, T; Neubauer, A; Renner, C; Falkow, S; Mueller, A (2010). Gastric MALT lymphoma B cells express polyreactive, somatically mutated immunoglobulins. Blood, 115(3):581-591. Toller, I M; Altmeyer, M; Kohler, E; Hottiger, M O; Müller, A (2010). Inhibition of ADP ribosylation prevents and cures helicobacter-induced gastric preneoplasia. Cancer Research, 70(14):5912-5922. Craig, V J; Cogliatti, S B; Arnold, I; Gerke, C; Balandat, J-E; Wündisch, T; Müller, A (2010). B-cell receptor signaling and CD40 ligand-independent T cell help cooperate in Helicobacter-induced MALT lymphomagenesis. Leukemia, (24):1186-1196. Toller, I M; Hitzler, I; Sayi, A; Mueller, A (2010). Prostaglandin E2 prevents Helicobacter-induced gastric preneoplasia and facilitates persistent infection in a mouse model. Gastroenterology, 138(4):1455-1467.e4. Mueller, A; Sayi, A; Hitzler, I (2009). Protective and pathogenic functions of T-cells are inseparable during the Helicobacter-host interaction. Discovery medicine, 8(41):68-73. Sayi, A; Kohler, E; Hitzler, I; Arnold, I; Schwendener, R; Rehrauer, H; Müller, A (2009). The CD4+ T cell-mediated IFN-gamma response to Helicobacter infection is essential for clearance and determines gastric cancer risk. Journal of Immunology, 182(11):7085-7101. Hauk, T G; Müller, A; Lee-Thorp, J; Schwendener, R; Fischer, D (2008). Neuroprotective and axon growth promoting effects of intraocular inflammation do not depend on oncomodulin or the presence of large numbers of activated macrophages. Experimental Neurology, 209(2):469-482. Rechner, C; Kühlewein, C; Müller, A; Schild, H; Rudel, T (2007). Host glycoprotein Gp96 and scavenger receptor SREC interact with PorB of disseminating Neisseria gonorrhoeae in an epithelial invasion pathway. Cell Host & Microbe, 2(6):393-403. Mueller, A; Falkow, S; Amieva, M R (2005). Helicobacter pylori and gastric cancer: what can be learned by studying the response of gastric epithelial cells to the infection?. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention, 14(8):1859-1864. 1 2 3 4 Book chapter Müller A. The pathogenesis of MALT lymphoma. One chapter in a text book on gastric cancer. Springer University Press. (2008).