drh. Teridah E. Ginting Ph.D

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       drh. Teridah E. Ginting, PhD is a Principal Investigator for oncolytic virus research at Division of Immunology, Mochtar Riady Institute for Nanotechnology since 2013, and teaching at Faculty of Medicine of Pelita Harapan University, Indonesia. She is also Laboratory Advisor and Indonesia representative at Association of Public Health Laboratories. Before that, she was a virologist at Center of Infectious Disease, Kobe University, Japan for 4 years, for Influenza research project between Indonesia and Japan. She also has working experience for avian influenza reverse genetics H5N1 vaccine production for 2 years. Teridah Ginting holds DVM degree from Institut Pertanian Bogor, Indonesia, and PhD in Medical Science from Kobe University, Japan. Her research interest is in virology, immunology, and oncolytic virus. 

Publications : 

1.  TE Ginting, S Christian, YO Larasati, J Suryatenggara, IM Suriapranata, G Mathew. Antiviral interferons induced by Newcastle disease virus (NDV) drive a tumor-       selective apoptosis. Scientific reports 2019:9 (1), 1-10

2.  TE Ginting, NR Hidayat, S Christian, YO Larasati, R Nufika, I Yusuf. Regulation of programmed death-1 ligand (PD-L1) by oncolytic Newcastle disease virus                  (NDV)  in non-small cell lung carcinoma (A549) and normal skin fibroblast (NB1RGB) cell lines. European journal of immunology 2019:49, 1684-1685

3.  MH Wibowo, TE Ginting, W Asmara. Molecular characterization of pathogenic 4/91-like and QX-like infectious bronchitis virus infecting commercial poultry               farms in Indonesia. Veterinary world 2019:12 (2), 277

4.  TE Ginting, J Suryatenggara, S Christian, G Mathew. Proinflammatory response induced by Newcastle disease virus in tumor and normal cells. Oncolytic                    virotherapy 2017:6,21

5.  TE Ginting, J Suryatenggara, S Christian, G Mathew. Difference in proinflammatory response induced by Newcastle disease virus in tumor and normal cells                contributes to tumor-specific cytotoxicity. European journal of immunology 2016:46, 236-236

6.  TE Ginting, K Shinya, Y Kyan, A Makino, N Matsumoto, S Kaneda, Y Kawaoka. Amino acid changes in hemagglutinin contribute to the replication of oseltamivir          -resistant H1N1 influenza viruses. Journal of virology 2011: JVI. 06085-11

7.  ED Poetranto, M Yamaoka, AM Nastri, LAW Krisna, MH Rahman, LW Wulandari, RY Yudhawati, TE Ginting, A Makino, K Shinya, Y Kawaoka. An H5N1 highly                 pathogenic avian influenza virus isolated from a local tree sparrow in Indonesia. Microbiology and immunology 2011:55 (9), 666-672

8.  M Yamaoka, JF Palilingan, J Wibisono, RY Yudhawati, RV Nidom, MY Alamudi, TE Ginting, A Makino, CA Nidom, K Shinya, Y Kawaoka. Virological surveillance of       human influenza in Indonesia, October 2008ÔÇÉMarch 2010. Microbiology and immunology 2011:55 (7), 514-517

9.  K Shinya, T Okamura, S Sueta, N Kasai, M Tanaka, TE Ginting, A Makino, AJ Eisfeld, Y Kawaoka. Toll-like receptor pre-stimulation protects mice against lethal             infection with highly pathogenic influenza viruses. Virology journal 2011:8 (1), 1-5