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Early Exposure of Human Neutrophils to Mycobacteria Triggers Cell Damage and Pro-Inhibitory Molecules, but not Activation

By M. Orozco-Uribe, L. Donis-Maturano, J. Calderón-Amador, R. Chacón-Salinas, J. Castañeda-Casimiro, S. Estrada-Parra, I. Estrada- García and L. Flores-Romo

Submitted: July 1st 2014Reviewed: November 5th 2014Published: July 8th 2015

DOI: 10.5772/59832

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M. Orozco-Uribe, L. Donis-Maturano, J. Calderón-Amador, R. Chacón-Salinas, J. Castañeda-Casimiro, S. Estrada-Parra, I. Estrada- García and L. Flores-Romo (July 8th 2015). Early Exposure of Human Neutrophils to Mycobacteria Triggers Cell Damage and Pro-Inhibitory Molecules, but not Activation, Tuberculosis Wellman Ribon, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/59832. Available from:

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