Karin Norling

Post doc at Chemical Biology

I joined the Division of Biological Physics for my Master’s thesis in 2014. My research project is aimed at developing and characterizing nanoparticles for mucosal vaccine delivery. I develop in vitro assays as characterization tools to study cellular uptake and processing of nanoparticles. I hope to elucidate how the properties of the particles influence how they are processed by immune cells and how that in turn affects the elicited immune response. Such knowledge is currently lacking and could contribute to rationalizing the development process of vaccine formulations.

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2020

A vaccine combination of lipid nanoparticles and a cholera toxin adjuvant derivative greatly improves lung protection against influenza virus infection

V. Bernasconi, Karin Norling, Inta Gribonika et al
Mucosal Immunology. Vol. 14 (2), p. 523-536
Journal article
2018

Effective Refractive Index and Lipid Content of Extracellular Vesicles Revealed Using Optical Waveguide Scattering and Fluorescence Microscopy

Deborah Rupert, Mokhtar Mapar, Ganesh V Shelke et al
Langmuir. Vol. 34 (29), p. 8522-8531
Journal article
2016

Mucosal Vaccine Development Based on Liposome Technology

V. Bernasconi, Karin Norling, Marta Bally et al
Journal of Immunology Research. Vol. 2016
Review article

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