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Science 320 (5876): 619-620

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IMMUNOLOGY:
How Frustration Leads to Inflammation

Luke A. J. O'Neill

A molecular basis for asbestos-induced inflammation may lie in a particular component of the inflammasome protein complex.


School of Biochemistry and Immunology, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. E-mail: laoneill{at}tcd.ie


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