J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2017 Aug 18.
Holland T, Wohlleber D, Marx S, Kreutzberg T, Vento-Asturias S, Schmitt-Mbamunyo C, Welz M, Janas M, Komander K, Eickhoff S, Brewitz A, Hasenberg M, Männ L, Gunzer M, Wilhelm C, Kastenmüller W, Knolle P, Abdullah Z, Kurts C, Garbi N
Pulmonary persistent adenoviral infections induce an immunosuppressive environment in the lung that renders CD8 T-cells dysfunctional. Innate cell activation during persistent infection re-invigorates effector T cell function leading to viral clearance and immune homeostasis.
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