Impact of measles virus dendritic-cell infection on Th-cell polarization in vitro.

Abstract

Interference of measles virus (MV) with dendritic-cell (DC) functions and deregulation of T-cell differentiation have been proposed to be central to the profound suppression of immune responses to secondary infections up to several weeks after the acute disease. To address the impact of MV infection on the ability of DCs to promote Th-cell differentiation… (More)

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@article{Klagge2004ImpactOM, title={Impact of measles virus dendritic-cell infection on Th-cell polarization in vitro.}, author={Ingo M Klagge and Marion Abt and Bianca Fries and Sibylle Schneider-Schaulies}, journal={The Journal of general virology}, year={2004}, volume={85 Pt 11}, pages={3239-47} }