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First Ever Video of T Cell "Safety Training"

News   May 20, 2019 | Original story from The University of Texas at Austin.

 
First Ever Video of T Cell "Safety Training"

For the first time ever, UT Austin researchers captured the process in which developing killer T-cells (purple and white) are tested by dendritic cells (yellow), and others, to see if they react to normal proteins from the body. This safety check insures that the T-cells don’t harm normal cells in the body and cause autoimmune disorders. Credit: University of Texas at Austin.

 
 
 

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