Chronic infections from the perspective of evolution: a hypothesis.

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No satisfactory explanation has so far been given for the persistence in the body sometimes, of various microorganisms-bacteria, parasites, fungi and viruses-in spite of their foreign antigens and a competent immune system. It has been proposed as an explantation that these microorganisms, in the course of evolution, have concealed their true antigens from… (More)

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