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- To dissect the processes that provoke T cell exhaustion during malaria.
- To define the T cellular phenotypic, positional and interactional events that combine to regulate T cell function during malaria.
- To examine how targeted manipulations influence CD4+ T cell effector function and establishment of cellular exhaustion during malaria.
First published on 1 July 2022.
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