Shimpy Gupta

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Allergic asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease mediated by Th2 cell immune responses. Currently, immunotherapies based on immune deviation are attractive, preventive, and therapeutic strategies for asthma. Many studies have shown that intracellular bacterial infections such as mycobacteria and their components can suppress asthmatic reactions by(More)
Human T micron, T gamma, and T PHI lymphocyte subpopulations have the capacity to respond to phytohemagglutinin (PHA) in vitro with proliferation and the production of a pH 2 and heat-labile gamma interferon. This occurs both when the subsets are isolated by direct rosetting techniques or by negative selection. Macrophages enhance the production of the(More)
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