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Host-parasite interaction: mechanisms of parasite survival in the immune host



Host-parasite interaction: mechanisms of parasite survival in the immune host



Rivista di Parassitologia 42(1): 5-21



The general immunological mechanisms involved in host-protective responses against helminths and protozoa, and immunoregulation exerted by the parasites on their hosts, are reviewed.

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