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Host genetic factors and scarring disease. C. trachomatis In both trachoma and pelvic inflammatory disease the main damage is caused by tissue scarring following ...
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Introduction to the immunopathology of chlamydial infections. Although the consequences of chlamydial infection may be severe, comparatively little is known about ...
Basic Immunopathology of chlamydial infections. Mucosal immunology of the genital tract, in pictures. Chlamydial antigen processing: the role of CPAF. ...
The role of repeated chlamydial infection on disease severity. Repeated or chronic infection increases the likelihood of complications following chlamydial infection ...
Mucosal immunology in pictures Mucosal immunology of the Genital tract and Chlamydial infection The following illustrations are from a presentation on the mucosal ...
The role of cytokines in chlamydial infection. Introduction Cytokines are chemical substances produced by cells, which affect the function of other cells. Cytokines ...
How chlamydiae thwart the cell mediated immune system Chlamydial antigen processing by host cells. It is now well established that gamma (ifng), a product of the ...
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