Type I IFN Signaling Is Essential for Preventing IFN-γ Hyperproduction and Subsequent Deterioration of Antibacterial Immunity during Postinfluenza Pneumococcal Infection

Sunil Palani, Shruti Bansal, Atul K. Verma, Christopher Bauer, Shengjun Shao, Md Bashir Uddin, Keer Sun

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