Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, September 21st, 2000
"The standard model for persistence and reactivation of M. tuberculosis is the 'Cornell model,'" stated M. Pudney and colleagues from GlaxoWellcome, England, at the American Society for Microbiology Conference on Tuberculosis, Past, Present, and Future, held in New York, New York. "TB-infected mice are treated until mycobacteria can no longer be cultured from lung or spleen. The treatment is withdrawn and animals are rested before being immunosuppressed to reactivate...
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