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Compromised gastrointestinal integrity in pigtail macaques is associated with increased microbial translocation, immune activation, and IL-17 production in the absence of SIV infection.

Klatt NR, Harris LD, Vinton CL, Sung H, Briant JA, Tabb B, Morcock D, McGinty JW, Lifson JD, Lafont BA, Martin MA, Levine AD, Estes JD, Brenchley JM. Compromised gastrointestinal integrity in pigtail macaques is associated with increased microbial translocation, immune activation, and IL-17 production in the absence of SIV infection. Mucosal Immunol. 2010 Jul; 3(4):387-98.

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