Oliver Pabst, Prof. Dr. rer. nat.

Institute of Molecular Medicine,
RWTH Aachen University

Pauwelsstraße 30, 52074 Aachen

Involved projects

To B06


Topology and function of secretory antibodies in gut-liver communication

To B06
To Q04


Central Tasks of the CRC

To Q04

Ugur, M., A. Kaminski, and O. Pabst. 2018. Lymph node gammadelta and alphabeta CD8(+) T cells share migratory properties. Scientific reports 8:8986.

Sethi, M.K., F. Thol, M. Stadler, M. Heuser, A. Ganser, C. Koenecke*, and O. Pabst*. 2017. VH1 Family immunoglobulin repertoire sequencing after allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. PloS one 12:e0168096. *equal contribution

Lindner, C., I. Thomsen, B. Wahl, M. Ugur, M.K. Sethi, M. Friedrichsen, A. Smoczek, S. Ott, U. Baumann, S. Suerbaum, S. Schreiber, A. Bleich, V. Gaboriau-Routhiau, N. Cerf-Bensussan, H. Hazanov, R. Mehr, P. Boysen, P. Rosenstiel, and O. Pabst. 2015. Diversification of memory B cells drives the continuous adaptation of secretory antibodies to gut microbiota. Nature immunology 16:880-888.

Ugur, M., O. Schulz, M.B. Menon, A. Krueger, and O. Pabst. 2014. Resident CD4+ T cells accumulate in lymphoid organs after prolonged antigen exposure. Nature communications 5:4821.

Schulz, O., M. Ugur, M. Friedrichsen, K. Radulovic, J.H. Niess, S. Jalkanen, A. Krueger, and O. Pabst. 2014. Hypertrophy of infected Peyer’s patches arises from global, interferon-receptor, and CD69-independent shutdown of lymphocyte egress. Mucosal immunology 7:892-904.

Lindner, C., B. Wahl, L. Fohse, S. Suerbaum, A.J. Macpherson, I. Prinz, and O. Pabst. 2012. Age, microbiota, and T cells shape diverse individual IgA repertoires in the intestine. The Journal of experimental medicine 209:365-377.

Hadis, U., B. Wahl, O. Schulz, M. Hardtke-Wolenski, A. Schippers, N. Wagner, W. Muller, T. Sparwasser, R. Forster, and O. Pabst. 2011. Intestinal tolerance requires gut homing and expansion of FoxP3+ regulatory T cells in the lamina propria. Immunity 34:237-246.

Schulz, O., E. Jaensson, E.K. Persson, X. Liu, T. Worbs, W.W. Agace*, and O. Pabst*. 2009. Intestinal CD103+, but not CX3CR1+, antigen sampling cells migrate in lymph and serve classical dendritic cell functions. The Journal of experimental medicine 206:3101-3114. *equal contribution

Hammerschmidt, S.I., M. Ahrendt, U. Bode, B. Wahl, E. Kremmer, R. Forster, and O. Pabst. 2008. Stromal mesenteric lymph node cells are essential for the generation of gut-homing T cells in vivo. The Journal of experimental medicine 205:2483-2490.

Worbs, T., U. Bode, S. Yan, M.W. Hoffmann, G. Hintzen, G. Bernhardt, R. Forster*, and O. Pabst*. 2006. Oral tolerance originates in the intestinal immune system and relies on antigen carriage by dendritic cells. The Journal of experimental medicine 203:519-527. *equal contribution