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Host genes as determinants of the natural history of parasitic infection

Host genes as determinants of the natural history of parasitic infection

Cancer immunology and parasite immunology Correlation or juxtaposition Colloquium 28-31 July, 1980, Seillac, France INSERM [Ed by: Israel, L; Lagrange, PH; Salomon, JC]: 525-533

A review is given of the inheritance of susceptibility or resistance to parasitic infections with particular emphasis on leishmaniasis in mice.

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