Major Secretory Antigens Of The Helminth Fasciola Hepatica Activate A Suppressive Dendritic Cell Phenotype That Attenuates Th17 Cells But Fails To Activate Th2 Immune Responses

Amer Soc Microbiology
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Infection And Immunity, 2010, 78 (2), pp. 793 - 801
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Fasciola hepatica is a helminth pathogen that drives Th2/Treg immune responses in its mammalian host. The parasite releases a large number of molecules that are critical to inducing this type of immune response. Here we have selected recombinant forms of
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