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y macrophages that had the SOCS3 gene and compare them to macrophages that lacked this gene. Lang is now at the Technical University in Munich, Germany.

Other authors of the study include Evan Parganas, Biochemistry; James N. Ihle, PhD, Biochemistry chair; Robert Rutschman, Infectious Diseases; Yutaka Takahashi (now at Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine in Kobe, Japan), and Jrg Mages (Technical University in Munich, Germany).


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Contact: Bonnie Cameron
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St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
29-May-2003


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