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Bacterial molecule trains the immune system to tolerate infection without inducing illness

(Massachusetts General Hospital) A study from Massachusetts General Hospital investigators has identified a mechanism leading to immune system tolerance of a common, difficult-to-treat bacteria by means of small molecule usually used by the pathogen to monitor its presence in the environment.
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