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William Horsnell is an immunologist at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. His research interests center on how parasitic helminth infections alter host immunity and the ability to control both the helminth and unrelated diseases.
The Role of Antibody in Parasitic Helminth Infections.- Maternal Helminth Infections.- Helminth-M. TB Co-Infection.- Bacterial Infections and Vaccines.- Helpful or a Hindrance: Co-Infections of Helminth During Malaria.- Helminth Infections and HIV: Theories and Facts Regarding HIV and Helminth Interaction.
Reviews the current understanding of how helminth infections impact the ability to control unrelated infections
Covers new evidence about helminth infections controlling allergy and immune mechanisms
Examines helminth infections protecting against various auto-immune diseases