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Immunobiology of Intestinal Eosinophils – A Dogma in the Changing?
Journal of Innate Immunity
Infiltration of eosinophils into the intestinal mucosa is a typical hallmark of anti- parasite immune responses and inflammatory disorders of the intestinal tract, and eosinophils are thought to contribute to anti-parasite responses and tissue damage associated with the inflammatory disorders by release of their cytotoxic granule content. However, utilizing novel tools to study eosinophils, it has been recognized that eosinophils are present in the gastrointestinal tract constitutively. Indoi:10.1159/000328799 pmid:21860213 fatcat:wjs7xyv2z5hnjiykkbrfloewpm