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Chilled and Feisty Immune Cells Reside in the Gut

News   Jun 20, 2019 | Original story from The Francis Crick Institute

 
Chilled and Feisty Immune Cells Reside in the Gut

Th17 immune cells from the gut of a healthy mouse, imaged with confocal microscopy. Image credit: The Francis Crick Institute

 
 
 

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