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Allergie und der respiratorische Infekt

  • Karin StockertEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

Obwohl man bis vor kurzem vermutete, dass die Infektabwehr hauptsächlich ein Th1/Th17-getriggerter Prozess sei, entdeckte man in den letzten Jahren mögliche Mechanismen, wie Viren und Bakterien Th2-gerichtete Immunantworten auslösen und verstärken können.

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