SM Burke

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In addition to their role in allergic disease, mast cells can respond to many pathogens through the production of proinflammatory mediators. Mast cells are located close to blood vessels and sites of pathogen exposure. T and NK cells must reach sites of infection to eliminate affected cells, however possible mechanisms mediating this migration are poorly(More)
To determine the origin of the inflammatory response, and in particular the microglial rod cell response, in acute viral encephalitis, 4-week-old Swiss mice were injected with tritiated thymidine to label actively dividing cells prior to infection with the Lansing type 2 strain of poliovirus. As expected, the majority of polymorphonuclear and mononuclear(More)
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