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Gastric Stem Cells Fight Bacteria to Protect Themselves Against Cancer

News   Jun 25, 2019 | Original story from Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

 
Gastric Stem Cells Fight Bacteria to Protect Themselves Against Cancer

Cross-section of gastric epithelium (mouse model): Helicobacter pylori bacteria (green) colonize the gastric glands. Gastric epithelial cell nuclei are shown in blue, their cytoskeleton in red. Photo: Sigal/Charité

 
 
 

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