Cytolytic effector pathways and IFN-gamma help protect against Japanese encephalitis
Japanese encephalitis, caused by infection with the neurotropic flavivirus, Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV), is among the most important viral encephalitides in Asia. While previous studies established an essential role of Ab and type I IFN, it is still
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