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Aegean reflections on innate immunity



Leading scientists from around the globe gathered on the Greek island of Kos in June 2013 to discuss the latest developments in the field of innate immunity and to explore new ideas and research collaborations.

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Hajishengallis, G., Mantovani, A., Moretta, A. et al. Aegean reflections on innate immunity. Nat Immunol 14, 1025–1029 (2013).

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