New antiviral response discovered in mammals
ScienceDaily, Thursday 10 October 2013

Many viral infections are nipped in the bud by the innate immune response. This involves specific proteins within the infected cell that recognize the virus and trigger a signalling cascade -- the so-called interferon response. This activates a protective mechanism in neighbouring cells and often results in the death of the primarily infected cell.

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