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Preventing Chronic Inflammation

News   Feb 25, 2019 | Original Story by Ute Schönfelder for Friedrich Schiller University of Jena.

 
Preventing Chronic Inflammation

Dr Jana Gerstmeier und Markus Werner investigate the effect of active compounds on the formation of endogenous signalling substances in immune cells during an inflammatory reaction. This will help to develop new active drugs with fewer side effects. Credit: Jan-Peter Kasper/University Jena.

 
 
 

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