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IFN-lambda determines the intestinal epithelial antiviral host defense.

Bibliographic reference Pott, Johanna ; Mahlakõiv, Tanel ; Mordstein, Markus ; Duerr, Claudia U ; Michiels, Thomas ; et. al. IFN-lambda determines the intestinal epithelial antiviral host defense.. In: Proceedings of the National academy of sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 108, no. 19, p. 7944-7949 (2011)
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