Macrophage plasticity and manipulation of macrophage activation pathways by intracellular parasite toxoplasma gondii
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Biological sciences honors program; macrophages; immunology; innate immunity; macrophage plasticity; macrophage polarization; Toxoplasma gondii; host-parasite interactions; alternative activation; classical activation; ROP16; Th2; Th1; STAT6; STAT1; TLR; T gondii
B.A. of Biological Sciences
Bachelor of Arts
dissertation or thesis
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