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Respiratory pathogens and the human immune response they elicit can now be studied in humanized mice.

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Fig. 1: Humanized mice to study human-tropic pathogens.

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J.V. is an employee of and stockholder in AIMM Therapeutics. H.S. owns stock in AIMM Therapeutics and consults for GlaxoSmithKline.

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