C. Pérez-Peinado

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Cathelicidins are phylogenetically ancient, pleiotropic host defense peptides—also called antimicrobial peptides (AMPs)—expressed in numerous life forms for innate immunity. Since even the jawless hagfish expresses cathelicidins, these genetically encoded host defense peptides are at least 400 million years old. More recently, cathelicidins with varying(More)
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