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Neutrophil-related Disease Studies Benefit From Model Optimization

News   Jun 05, 2020 | Original story from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne

 
Neutrophil-related Disease Studies Benefit From Model Optimization

A neutrophil with its typical, segmented nucleus. A protrusion of the nucleus acts like a "double-edged sword", which the neutrophil wields to kill pathogens - but which also sometimes damages tissues and exacerbates diseases. Credit: Etienne Meylan, EPFL

 
 
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