T Cell Responses and Viral Escape

@article{Mcmichael1998TCR,
  title={T Cell Responses and Viral Escape},
  author={Andrew Mcmichael},
  journal={Cell},
  year={1998},
  volume={93},
  pages={673-676}
}
numbers (Pantaleo et al., 1994).The CTL responses peak Virus infections are normally controlled, and often elimias the viraemia starts to fall, and then the expanded T nated, by T lymphocyte responses. Antibody may also cell populations fade because of apoptosis. All of this contribute but is probably more important in prophylaxis happens before any neutralizing antibody is detectable against repeat exposure with the same pathogen. Some (Koup et al., 1994). It is widely believed that this CTL… CONTINUE READING

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