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Prime Archives in Immunology
Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) has complex and intricate interactions with host immune cells. Mtb can survive, persist, and grow within macrophages and thereby circumvent detection by the innate immune system. Recently, the field of immunometabolism, which focuses on the link between Prime Archives in Immunology: 2 nd Edition 3 www.videleaf.comdoi:10.37247/paimmu2ed.2.2020.4 fatcat:fczfsq53bzhhhcgahftepqhisu