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Increased numbers of T cell receptor (TCR)-␥ / ␦ cells have been observed in animal models of influenza and sendai virus infections, as well as in patients infected with human immunodefi-ciency virus and herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1). However, a direct role for TCR-␥ / ␦ cells in protective immunity for pathogenic viral infection has not been(More)
Recently, studies of protein/peptide aggregation, particularly the amyloidosis, have attracted considerable attention in discussions of the pathological mechanisms of most neurodegenerative diseases. The protein/peptide aggregation processes often occur at the membrane–cytochylema interface in vivo and behave differently from those occurring in bulk(More)
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