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T-cell paradigms in parasitic and bacterial infections


, : T-cell paradigms in parasitic and bacterial infections. Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology 155: 1-160

This volume (which has 11 individually authored chapters), summarizes, in a paradigmatic way, various T-cell mechanisms which contribute to resistance against and pathogenesis of schistosomiasis (2 chapters), leishmaniasis (2 chapters), malaria, theileriosis, leprosy and tuberculosis.


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PMID: 2306947

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