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Secret to Sepsis May Lie in Rare Cell

News   Jan 22, 2019 | Original story from Seattle Children's Research Institute

 
Secret to Sepsis May Lie in Rare Cell

Seattle Children’s researchers studying how the immune system responds to the early stages of a sepsis infection show how a rare type of immune cell called basophils (represented by dark purple) arrive at the infection site 24 hours after sepsis is induced in the lab. Image credit: Seattle Children's

 
 
 

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