The versatile roles of antibodies in Borrelia infections

@article{Connolly2005TheVR,
  title={The versatile roles of antibodies in Borrelia infections},
  author={Sean E. Connolly and Jorge L. Benach},
  journal={Nature Reviews Microbiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={3},
  pages={411-420}
}
Antibodies are the primary weapons of the mammalian immune system that are used against the tick-borne borreliae, the causative agents of relapsing fever and Lyme disease worldwide. Some antibody responses have 'traditional' functions, whereas others are more versatile and have novel functions and modes of action. At a time when the multiple functions of antibodies are being increasingly recognized and passive immunization is being revived as therapy for infectious and other diseases, the… CONTINUE READING

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