Development of the neonatal B and T cell repertoire in swine: implications for comparative and veterinary immunology.


Birth in all higher vertebrates is at the center of the critical window of development in which newborns transition from dependence on innate immunity to dependence on their own adaptive immunity, with passive maternal immunity bridging this transition. Therefore we have studied immunological development through fetal and early neonatal life. In swine, B… (More)

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