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Nature Immunologyvolume 4pages89 (2003) | Download Citation

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Type I IFNs are important in antiviral immunity. Two studies report the identification of another family of molecules that have similar properties to the type I IFNs but are otherwise structurally and genetically distinct.

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    • Jan Vilcek

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