Protective Role of Neutrophils in Mice Experimentally Infected with Rhodococcus equi
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Neutrophils are important in controlling early infections with the intracellular bacterium Rhodococcus equi. Antineutrophil monoclonal antibody (RB6-8C5)-induced neutrophil deficiency during the first week after experimental infection of mice with R. equi resulted in more severe disease and significantly increased tissue concentrations of R. equi.
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Martens, R. J., Cohen, N. D., Jones, S. L., Moore, T. A., & Edwards, J. F.