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The immunoepidemiology of human hookworm infection.

Advances in hookworm immunoepidemiology are reviewed. Recent studies demonstrate a mixed Th1/Th2 response in human hookworm infection, with immunosuppression of specific and nonspecific IFN-gamma responses. There is increasing evidence for protective immunity in human hookworm infection, including anti-larval IL-5- and IgE-dependent mechanisms, and for immunological interactions between hookworm infection and other diseases.[1]


  1. The immunoepidemiology of human hookworm infection. Quinnell, R.J., Bethony, J., Pritchard, D.I. Parasite Immunol. (2004) [Pubmed]
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