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Nature Immunology volume 7, pages 701702 (2006) | Download Citation

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The body responds to infections by rapidly 'ramping up' production of innate immune cells. New findings indicate that distinct transcription factors regulate 'basal' and 'emergency' leukocyte production.

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  1. Paul W. Kincade is with the Immunobiology and Cancer Program, The Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104-5097, USA. kincade@omrf.ouhsc.edu

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