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Two virus isolates, T1 and T2, causing necrotic spots on leaves and stems of pepper and tomato, respectively, were isolated in the La Joya valley, Arequipa, Peru, in 2010. These two isolates were inoculated to differential hosts for tospoviruses and showed differential fitness: T1 induced necrotic local lesions in Vigna unguiculata, whereas T2 produced only(More)
BACKGROUND Allergy and autoimmunity are important immunological entities underlying chronic diseases in children. In some cases both entities develop simultaneously in the same patient. FOXP3 gene codes for a transcription factor involved in regulation of the immune system. Considering that regulatory T cells are involved in controlling immunological(More)
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