Type I IFN Exhaustion is a Host Defence Protecting Against Secondary Bacterial Infections
Type I interferons (IFN-I) have been known for decades for their indispensable role in curtailing viral infections. It is, however, now also increasingly recognized that IFN-I is detrimental to the host in combating a number of bacterial infections. We ha
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