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Nelson Ong'ondo Gekarajoined in Apr 5, 2023
Professor of Molecular Immunology at Stockholm University.
Gekara has 1 break published.
Gut microbiota drive anti-viral immunity
The bodies of multicellular organisms, including humans, are covered with commensal microbes, also called the microbiota. The majority of these are bacteria located in the gastrointestinal tract. The gut microbiota maintain many physiological functions including the development and maturation of the immune system. The microbiota... click to read more
- Saskia Friederike Erttmann | Assistant Professor of Cell and Molecular Biology at Umeå University
- Nelson Ong'ondo Gekara | Professor of Molecular Immunology at Stockholm University
- Sun Nyunt Wai | Professor of Medical Microbial Pathogenesis at Umeå University
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published on Apr 5, 2023
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