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Long-held Misconception of White Blood Cell Trafficking to Spleen Corrected

News   Apr 03, 2019 | Original story from the University of Turku.

 
Long-held Misconception of White Blood Cell Trafficking to Spleen Corrected

This is an image of the spleen whose white blood cell subclasses are shown in different colours in immunohistological staining. The purple cells produce antibodies. Credit: University of Turku.

 
 
 

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