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Antibacterial Agents And Innate Immunity
Author: Alexander M. Abdelnoor
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
5 pages
One time payment: €6.08
Required subscription: Academic
Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/722
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Antibacterial agents on their own are not capable of eradicating infections ef- ficiently.Help coming from the patient’s innate immune response followed by the adaptive immune response and inflammatory response is needed. This has been observed in patients with immunodeficiency diseases such as X-Linked Agam- maglobulinemia, Chronic Granulomatous Disease and CD40 Ligand Deficiency. Treatment of these patients with antibacterial agents might temporarily control the infection. However, recurrences’ always occur.

 

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