Protective immunity against mouse upper genital tract pathology correlates with high IFNγ but low IL-17 T cell and anti-secretion protein antibody responses induced by replicating chlamydial organisms in the airway

Chunxue Lu, Hao Zeng, Zhihong Li, Lei Lei, I. Tien Yeh, Yimou Wu, Guangming Zhong

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