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Stories by Howard M. Johnson

How Interferons Fight Disease

They are not the cure-alls researchers once hoped they would be, but they are providing therapy for a variety of infectious illnesses and for some cancers

May 1, 1994 — Howard M. Johnson, Brian E. Szente, Fuller W. Bazer and Michael A. Jarpe

Superantigens in Human Disease

These proteins cause food poisoning and toxic shock. They may also contribute to arthritis and AIDS. Investigators are learning how superantigens overstimulate the immune system and induce disease...

April 1, 1992 — Howard M. Johnson, Jeffry K. Russell and Carol H. Pontzer
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