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Blood Stem Cells Boost Immunity By Keeping a Record of Previous Infections

News   Mar 16, 2020 | Original story from TU Dresden

 
Blood Stem Cells Boost Immunity By Keeping a Record of Previous Infections

Immune cells by fluorescence microscopy: Blood stem cells remember a previous attack and produce more immune cells like these macrophages to fight a new infection. Credit: © Sieweke lab/CIML

 
 
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