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Immune Cells Fix Your Brain, Mechanism Found

Article   Jun 02, 2017 | by Antonina Kouli, MSc

 
Regulatory T Cells Directly Promote Remyelination

Photograph of de-myelinated neurons forming a dark lesion (center) in a field of otherwise healthy neurons (green). Maria Traka, University of Chicago

 
 
 

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