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Preventing infection at mucosal  surfaces Humans with selective deficiency of IgA  do not succumb to infection Intestinal epithelial cells contribute to  innate defense of the gut © Garland Science 2009
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Compensating Ig Production
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Preventing infection at mucosal  surfaces Humans with selective deficiency of IgA 
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Unformatted text preview: do not succumb to infection Intestinal epithelial cells contribute to innate defense of the gut © Garland Science 2009 Preventing infection at mucosal surfaces • Intestinal helminth infections provoke strong T H 2-mediated immune responses © Garland Science 2009 Summary...
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