Immunological control of tuberculosis: role of tumour necrosis factor and more.

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Therapy of autoimmune diseases with tumour necrosis factor (TNF) neutralising agents has provided a unique opportunity to learn about the significance of TNF in the maintenance of latent bacterial infections in humans. The remarkably high incidence of tuberculosis in patients treated with TNF antagonists raises the intriguing question about the… (More)

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