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Rubin 2016: The potential role of subclinical Bordetella Pertussis colonization in the etiology of multiple sclerosis

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Immunobiology, 221 (2016), 512-515. Subclinical Bordetello pertussis colonizes the nasopharynx (nose) in vaccinated people, but has long been thought to be harmless.  The authors show that on the contrary, this is an important cause of multiple sclerosis. Interestingly, the Bordatello … Continue reading

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