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Immune Response Against Skin-dwelling Viruses Stops Cancer

News   Oct 31, 2019 | Original story from Mass General Hospital

 
Immune Response Against Skin-dwelling Viruses Stops Cancer

Robust T cell immunity against an early cancer clone arising in the skin that has been colonized with a commensal virus. CD45+ leukocytes (grey) and CD3+ T cells (yellow) attacking cancer cells infected with commensal papillomavirus (red). Credit: Jon Messerschmidt.

 
 
 

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