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Tsetse fly saliva biases the immune response to Th2 and induces anti-vector antibodies that are a useful tool for exposure assessment

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Glossina, vector-host interaction, immune modulation, T-helper cell type 2, antibodies, GLOSSINA-MORSITANS-MORSITANS, CD4(+) T-CELLS, LUTZOMYIA-LONGIPALPIS, CUTANEOUS LEISHMANIASIS, PHENOTYPE DEVELOPMENT, AFRICAN TRYPANOSOMES, CYTOKINE RESPONSES, SLEEPING SICKNESS, INTERFERON-GAMMA, TRANSGENIC MODEL

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Caljon, Guy et al. “Tsetse Fly Saliva Biases the Immune Response to Th2 and Induces Anti-vector Antibodies That Are a Useful Tool for Exposure Assessment.” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PARASITOLOGY 36.9 (2006): 1025–1035. Print.
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Caljon, Guy, Van Den Abbeele, J., Sternberg, J. M., Coosemans, M., De Baetselier, P., & Magez, S. (2006). Tsetse fly saliva biases the immune response to Th2 and induces anti-vector antibodies that are a useful tool for exposure assessment. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PARASITOLOGY, 36(9), 1025–1035.
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Caljon, Guy, Jan Van Den Abbeele, Jeremy M Sternberg, Marc Coosemans, Patrick De Baetselier, and Stefan Magez. 2006. “Tsetse Fly Saliva Biases the Immune Response to Th2 and Induces Anti-vector Antibodies That Are a Useful Tool for Exposure Assessment.” International Journal for Parasitology 36 (9): 1025–1035.
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Caljon, Guy, Jan Van Den Abbeele, Jeremy M Sternberg, Marc Coosemans, Patrick De Baetselier, and Stefan Magez. 2006. “Tsetse Fly Saliva Biases the Immune Response to Th2 and Induces Anti-vector Antibodies That Are a Useful Tool for Exposure Assessment.” International Journal for Parasitology 36 (9): 1025–1035.
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Caljon G, Van Den Abbeele J, Sternberg JM, Coosemans M, De Baetselier P, Magez S. Tsetse fly saliva biases the immune response to Th2 and induces anti-vector antibodies that are a useful tool for exposure assessment. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PARASITOLOGY. 2006;36(9):1025–35.
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G. Caljon, J. Van Den Abbeele, J. M. Sternberg, M. Coosemans, P. De Baetselier, and S. Magez, “Tsetse fly saliva biases the immune response to Th2 and induces anti-vector antibodies that are a useful tool for exposure assessment,” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PARASITOLOGY, vol. 36, no. 9, pp. 1025–1035, 2006.
@article{8614921,
  author       = {Caljon, Guy and Van Den Abbeele, Jan and Sternberg, Jeremy M and Coosemans, Marc and De Baetselier, Patrick and Magez, Stefan},
  issn         = {0020-7519},
  journal      = {INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PARASITOLOGY},
  keywords     = {Glossina,vector-host interaction,immune modulation,T-helper cell type 2,antibodies,GLOSSINA-MORSITANS-MORSITANS,CD4(+) T-CELLS,LUTZOMYIA-LONGIPALPIS,CUTANEOUS LEISHMANIASIS,PHENOTYPE DEVELOPMENT,AFRICAN TRYPANOSOMES,CYTOKINE RESPONSES,SLEEPING SICKNESS,INTERFERON-GAMMA,TRANSGENIC MODEL},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {9},
  pages        = {1025--1035},
  title        = {Tsetse fly saliva biases the immune response to Th2 and induces anti-vector antibodies that are a useful tool for exposure assessment},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpara.2006.05.002},
  volume       = {36},
  year         = {2006},
}

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