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Muc5ac: a critical component mediating the rejection of enteric nematodes

By Sumaira Z. Hasnain, Christopher M. Evans, Michelle Roy, Amanda L. Gallagher, Kristen N. Kindrachuk, Luke Barron, Burton F. Dickey, Mark S. Wilson, Thomas A. Wynn, Richard K. Grencis and David J. Thornton

Abstract

The mucin Muc5ac is essential for the expulsion of Trichuris muris and other gut-dwelling nematodes

Topics: Brief Definitive Report
Publisher: The Rockefeller University Press
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3092342
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