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Inducible expression of beta defensins by human respiratory epithelial cells exposed to Aspergillus fumigatus organisms

By Ludmila Alekseeva, Dominique Huet, Françoise Féménia, Isabelle Mouyna, Mahdia Abdelouahab, Adrien Cagna, Daniel Guerrier, Virginie Tichanné-Seltzer, Armelle Baeza-Squiban, René Chermette, Jean-Paul Latgé and Nadia Berkova
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