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Sa1769 Trif Confers Expansion of Unique Innate Lymphoid Cell Populations During Enteric Infection With Gram-Negative Bacteria



Sa1769 Trif Confers Expansion of Unique Innate Lymphoid Cell Populations During Enteric Infection With Gram-Negative Bacteria



Gastroenterology 146(5): S-292




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DOI: 10.1016/s0016-5085(14)61040-4


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