The role of the P2X7 receptor in murine cutaneous leishmaniasis: aspects of inflammation and parasite control.
Figliuolo, Vanessa Ribeiro; Chaves, Suzana Passos; Savio, Luiz Eduardo Baggio; Thorstenberg, Maria Luiza Prates; Machado Salles, Érika; Takiya, Christina Maeda; D'Império-Lima, Maria Regina; de Matos Guedes, Herbert Leonel; Rossi-Bergmann, Bartira; Coutinho-Silva, Robson.
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Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-27866341
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