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Intestinal Worms Can Impair Immune Response Elsewhere

News   Apr 16, 2021 | Original story from University of Bonn

 
Intestinal Worms Can Impair Immune Response Elsewhere

Section from the genital tract of a female mouse. The immune messenger Interleukin-33 indirectly ensures the maturation of granulocytes. Credit: Pia Vornewald (CEMIR, IKOM, NTNU; Trondheim, Norway)

 
 
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