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Nature. 1978 Jun 22;273(5664):617-20.

Immunity to intestinal parasites.

Abstract

Intestinal parasites are common in man and animals and can cause severe disease. Knowledge of immunity to such infections is limited and comes largely from studies using laboratory host-parasite systems. Understanding how immunity can operate, and why it often does not, is not only of intrinsic interest but necessary for the development of immunological methods of control.

PMID:
661970
DOI:
10.1038/273617a0
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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