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Immune Stimulant Molecule Protects Against Multiple Cancers

News   Feb 15, 2019 | Original story by Betty Coffman for University of Louisville

 
Immune Stimulant Molecule Protects Against Multiple Cancers

A confocal microscope image shows the SA-4-1BBL (green color) bound to its receptor on an immune cell (red color) to initiate an immune activation cascade to fight cancer. Credit: University of Louisville

 
 
 

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