Advanced granulomatous lesions in Mycobacterium bovis-infected cattle are associated with increased expression of type I procollagen, γδ (WC1+) T cells and CD 68+ cells

A. Wangoo*, L. Johnson, J. Gough, R. Ackbar, S. Inglut, D. Hicks, Y. Spencer, G. Hewinson, M. Vordermeier

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