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Understanding Inflammation From the Inside Out

News   Apr 18, 2018 | Original Story from the University of Münster.

 
Understanding Inflammation From the Inside Out

Distribution of immune cells (red) in the body of a mouse with an inflammatory skin disease. Top: genetically unmodified cells. Bottom: cells lacking the VLA4 protein. Images were taken 3 hours (left), 24 hours (middle) and 48 hours (right) after cell injection. Credit: S. Gran & L. Honold et al./Theranostics 2018(8).

 
 
 

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