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Paracetamol reduces influenza-induced immunopathology in a mouse model of infection without compromising virus clearance or the generation of protective immunity

By Sarah N Lauder, Philip R Taylor, Stephen R Clark, Rhys L Evans, James P Hindley, Kathryn Smart, Heather Leach, Emma J Kidd, Kenneth J Broadley, Simon A Jones, Matt P Wise, Andrew J Godkin, Valerie O'Donnell and Awen M Gallimore
Topics: Respiratory Infection
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