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Neutrophils prime a long-lived effector macrophage phenotype that mediates accelerated helminth expulsion

  • Author(s): Kim, Charles
  • Chen, F
  • Wu, W
  • Millman, A
  • Craft, JF
  • Chen, E
  • Patel, N
  • Boucher, JL
  • Urban, JF
  • Kim, CC
  • Gause, WC
  • et al.

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http://europepmc.org/articles/PMC4479254?pdf=render
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Abstract

We examined the role of innate cells in acquired resistance to the natural murine parasitic nematode, Nippostrongylus brasiliensis. Macrophages obtained from lungs as late as 45 d after N. brasiliensis inoculation were able to transfer accelerated parasite

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