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Hershenson and his group established hypothesis that the limitation of the immune response to the viral infection would actually reduce their symptoms. With a rhinovirus 1B, a cold virus strain replicated in mouse lungs, they infected mice deficient in MDA5 and TLR3 – two receptors, wild-type mice the protective defenses of the immune system against viruses and other pathogens.
TLR3-deficient mice also showed reduced airway responses.
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