INTERACTION BETWEEN EXTRACELLULAR NEUTROPHIL TRAPS (NETS) WITH HUMAN RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS hRSV AND ITS ANTIVIRAL EFFECTS

Ronaldo Silva Alves Junior
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (hRSV) is the main etiologic agent of acute viral infections of the lower respiratory tract, resulting in more than 3 million very severe cases of bronchiolitis all year round. During infection, leukocytes are massively recruited to the infectious site where they secrete cytokines and other inflammatory mediators. About 70% of these cells are neutrophils which, in addition to secreting the contents of their granules, can secrete extracellular structures that form a kind...
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