MR1-restricted mucosal-associated invariant T (MAIT) cells respond to mycobacterial vaccination and infection in nonhuman primates

J. M. Greene, P. Dash, S. Roy, C. McMurtrey, W. Awad, J. S. Reed, K. B. Hammond, S. Abdulhaqq, H. L. Wu, B. J. Burwitz, B. F. Roth, D. W. Morrow, J. C. Ford, G. Xu, J. Y. Bae, H. Crank, A. W. Legasse, T. H. Dang, H. Y. Greenaway, M. KurniawanM. C. Gold, M. J. Harriff, D. A. Lewinsohn, B. S. Park, M. K. Axthelm, J. J. Stanton, S. G. Hansen, L. J. Picker, V. Venturi, W. Hildebrand, P. G. Thomas, D. M. Lewinsohn, E. J. Adams, J. B. Sacha

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