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A study led by researchers from the FARAH showed, for the first time, that the induction of an immune response induced by parasitic worms improved the control of a competing viral infection through the intervention of so-called "virtual memory" T lymphocytes, a population of unconventional memory lymphocytes. These results were published in Nature Communications(1).

The warning is issued by scientists in a letter published by the journal Science. It is notably based on the recent work in immunology and veterinary virology by Professor Alain Vanderplasschen from the University of Liège.

JAN 29
Dr Brandy Burgess, Pr Jordi Casal, Dr Jacques Barrat, Pr Anne Simon, Dr Christine Grignet, Pr Claude Saegerman -
29/01/2019 09:30


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