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Chronic infections capture little attention of the masses

, : Chronic infections capture little attention of the masses. Immunity 34(5): 699-701

In this issue of Immunity, Egen et al. (2011) provide compelling evidence that only a minute fraction of mycobacteria-specific T cells present in a granuloma are actively fulfilling effector functions, an observation that may in fact be a general feature of chronic infections.


PMID: 21616441

DOI: 10.1016/j.immuni.2011.05.005

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