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Bystander T Cells Can Steal the Show in Resolving Inflammation

News   Mar 26, 2018 | Original Story from La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology.

 
Bystander T Cells Can Steal the Show in Resolving Inflammation

The image shows the infiltration of islet-specific CD8+ T cells (in red) and non-islet-specific CD8+ T cells ('bystanders' in green) in an islet of Langerhans in a mouse pancreas. The pancreatic tissue is visualized in grey by reflected laser light. Credit: Dr. Gustaf Christofferson, Uppsala University, Sweden.

 
 
 

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