Airway response to respiratory syncytial virus has incidental antibacterial effects

    Joyce Mwongeli Ngoi
    Joyce Mwongeli Ngoi
    Timothy Chege
    Timothy Chege
    Elijah T Gicheru
    Elijah T Gicheru
    Elizabeth M Gardiner
    Elizabeth M Gardiner

    Nature communications, Volume 10, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 2218

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    Abstract:

    RSV infection is typically associated with secondary bacterial infection. We hypothesise that the local airway immune response to RSV has incidental antibacterial effects. Using coordinated proteomics and metagenomics analysis we simultaneously analysed the microbiota and proteomes of the upper airway and determined direct antibacterial a...More

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