MTB-specific lymphocytes are selectively recruited to the site of infection in active pulmonary tuberculosis

C. Jafari, M. Ernst, A. Strassburg, U. Greinert, B. Kalsdorf, M. Jafari, D. Kirsten, C. Lange (Borstel, Großhansdorf, Germany)

Source: Annual Congress 2007 - Immunology and genetics of tuberculosis
Session: Immunology and genetics of tuberculosis
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 2974
Disease area: Respiratory infections

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