Immune Cells That Keep Gut Fungi Under Control Identified

News   Jan 12, 2018 | Original story from Weill Cornell Medicine

 
Immune Cells That Keep Gut Fungi Under Control Identified

Opportunistic fungus called candida albicans (red) engulfed by CX3CR1+ phagocytes (green) in the gut villi (blue). Credit: Dr. Iliyan Iliev and Dr. Irina Leonardi.

 
 
 

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