Living with the enemy

@article{Fehervari2014LivingWT,
  title={Living with the enemy},
  author={Zoltan T Fehervari},
  journal={Nature Immunology},
  year={2014},
  volume={15},
  pages={832-832}
}
Infection can result in two different responses by the host, one focused on elimination and the other focused on ‘tolerance’ (defined here as coexistence with the infection with few or no sequelae). In PLoS Biology, Begon and colleagues use a longitudinal analysis of field voles caught in the wild to examine immunological parameters, microbial burden and body condition to understand the basis of tolerance of infection. Microparasite burdens increase with age but, unexpectedly, this is… CONTINUE READING
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