Modulation of nasopharyngeal innate defenses by viral coinfection predisposes individuals to experimental pneumococcal carriage

S. Glennie, J. F. Gritzfeld, S. H. Pennington, M. Garner-Jones, Naomi Coombes, M. J. Hopkins, C. F. Vadesilho, E. N. Miyaji, D. Wang, A. D. Wright, A. M. Collins, S. B. Gordon, D. M. Ferreira*

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