Las citoquinas en el absceso hepático amebiano: un ejemplo de investigación inmunología en el ámbito clínico
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inmunología
citoquinas
medicina clínica
absceso hepático amebiano.

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Cruz Baquero, C. A., & Cruz Baquero, C. A. (2020). Las citoquinas en el absceso hepático amebiano: un ejemplo de investigación inmunología en el ámbito clínico. Nova, 17(31), 97 - 108. https://doi.org/10.22490/24629448.3626

Resumen

El propósito de esta revisión es resaltar la importancia de la investigación en el área de la inmunología y su aplicación en el ámbito clínico. En una primera parte se presentan los descubrimientos más importantes que ayudaron a dilucidar los principales procesos fisiológicos involucrados en las enfermedades y de esta manera ayudaron a redireccionar la investigación en el área de la inmunología. Seguido, se describe un ejemplo de investigación básica relacionada con el papel de las citocinas en el absceso hepático amebiano, mostrando el trabajo de varios grupos de investigación en el mundo, con el objetivo de entender la respuesta inmune contra el parásito. Lo anterior nos permite argumentar la relevancia que tiene la investigación inmunológica dentro del contexto clínico.

https://doi.org/10.22490/24629448.3626
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