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Newborn cord blood demonstrates impaired TNF responses to multiple pathogen-assocaited molecular pattern molecules (PAMPs) despite normal expression of monocyte Toll-like receptos 1 and 2, MD-2, MyD88 and TIRAP

Ofer Levy, Kol Zarember, Rochelle Jean-Jacques, Dimitri Sigounas, Colette Cywes, Paul Godowski, and Michael R. Wessels. Newborn cord blood demonstrates impaired TNF responses to multiple pathogen-assocaited molecular pattern molecules (PAMPs) despite normal expression of monocyte Toll-like receptos 1 and 2, MD-2, MyD88 and TIRAP. Pediatric Research: Abstracts of the Pediatric Academic Societies' Annual Meeting. 2003; 350A.


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