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Protein Used to Outsmart the Human Immune System Uncovered

News   Apr 03, 2018 | Original Story by Samantha Watters for the University of Maryland.

 
Protein Used to Outsmart the Human Immune System Uncovered

Ixodes scapularis ticks transmit the pathogens of Lyme disease, resulting a multisystem illness in a variety of animals and humans. The image shows bottom side a live Ixodes tick as seen under a confocal immunofluorescence microscope. Credit: Dr. Utpal Pal, University of Maryland.

 
 
 

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