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How Immune Cells Target Different Tissues

News   Feb 06, 2019 | Original Story from the Wellcome Sanger Institute.

 
How Immune Cells Target Different Tissues

Mouse b and t cells. To create a detailed picture of T cells, the researchers studied 35,000 individual cells from healthy mouse lymph nodes, spleen, skin and colon, comparing cells across the different tissues. Credit: Peter Lane and Fiona McConnell, Wellcome Images.

 
 
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