Eosinophils mediate protective immunity against secondary nematode infection.

@article{Huang2015EosinophilsMP,
  title={Eosinophils mediate protective immunity against secondary nematode infection.},
  author={Lu Huang and Nebiat G. Gebreselassie and Lucille F. Gagliardo and Maura C. Ruyechan and Kierstin L. Luber and Nancy A. Lee and James Joseph Lee and Judith A. Appleton},
  journal={Journal of immunology},
  year={2015},
  volume={194 1},
  pages={283-90}
}
Eosinophils are versatile cells that regulate innate and adaptive immunity, influence metabolism and tissue repair, and contribute to allergic lung disease. Within the context of immunity to parasitic worm infections, eosinophils are prominent yet highly varied in function. We have shown previously that when mice undergo primary infection with the parasitic nematode Trichinella spiralis, eosinophils play an important immune regulatory role that promotes larval growth and survival in skeletal… CONTINUE READING
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