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New Route Transports Administered Antibodies into Lymph Nodes in Seconds

News   Jul 01, 2019

 
New Route Transports Administered Antibodies into Lymph Nodes in Seconds

The subcutaneously administered antibodies have been transported into the lymph node and have bound to their specific targets in the blood vessels (magenta), T lymphocytes (green), B lymphocytes (blue) and antigen presenting cells (white). The outside surface of the lymph node is at the very top of the picture. Photo: Ruth Fair-Mäkelä.

 
 
 

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