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Getting That Gut Feeling

News   May 10, 2018 | Original Story from the University of Basel.

 
Getting That Gut Feeling

Clusters of MAIT cells in human blood and colon biopsies, resulting from high-dimensional bioinformatics analysis. Subpopulations of these defense cells group into colored "continents" according to the markers expressed by the cells. Credit: Department of Biomedicine, Tobias Rutishauser.

 
 
 

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