MAIT cells are activated during human viral infections

Bonnie Van Wilgenburg (Lead / Corresponding author), Iris Scherwitzl, Edward C. Hutchinson, Tianqi Leng, Ayako Kurioka, Corinna Kulicke, Catherine De Lara, Suzanne Cole, Sirijitt Vasanawathana, Wannee Limpitikul, Prida Malasit, Duncan Young, Laura Denney, Michael D. Moore, Paolo Fabris, Maria Teresa Giordani, Ye Htun Oo, Stephen M. Laidlaw, Lynn B. Dustin, Ling Pei HoFiona M. Thompson, Narayan Ramamurthy, Juthathip Mongkolsapaya, Christian B. Willberg, Gavin R. Screaton, Paul Klenerman, Eleanor Barnes, Jonathan Ball, Gary Burgess, Graham Cooke, John Dillon, Charles Gore, Graham Foster, Neil Guha, Rachel Halford, Cham Herath, Chris Holmes, Anita Howe, Emma Hudson, William Irving, Salim Khakoo, Diana Koletzki, Natasha Martin, Tamyo Mbisa, Jane McKeating, John McLauchlan, Alec Miners, Andrea Murray, Peter Shaw, Peter Simmonds, Chris Spencer, Paul Targett-Adams, Emma Thomson, Peter Vickerman, Nicole Zitzmann

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