Oral administration of cyclosporin does not prevent expansion of antigen-specific, gut-associated, and spleen lymphocyte populations during Chlamydia trachomatis proctitis in nonhuman primates

Martin Zeitz, Thomas C. Quinn, Alan S. Graeff, Roland Schwarting, Stephen P. James

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