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Stories by Gail S. Habicht

Immunity and the Invertebrates

The fabulously complex immune systems of humans and other mammals evolved over hundreds of millions of years -- in sometimes surprising ways

November 1, 1996 — Gregory Beck and Gail S. Habicht

Lyme Disease

A bacterium transmitted to human beings by the bite of a deer tick causes this hazard of summertime. Interleukin-l, an immune-system regulator, may mediate its potentially serious arthritis-like symptoms...

July 1, 1987 — Gail S. Habicht, Jorge L. Benach and Gregory Beck
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