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TIGER Mouse Shows How Vesicles Modulate the Brain's Immune System

News   Mar 05, 2019 | Original Press Release from Clemson University

 
TIGER Mouse Visualizes Vesicles

A 63X image from a TIGER mouse brain demonstrating release of CD9-GFP (orange) extracellular vesicles from astrocytes that are taken up by IBA1 (purple)/CD11b (white) neuroimmune cells called microglia. Credit: David Feliciano / Victoria Neckles

 
 
 

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