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Leprosy Bacteria Hijack Immune Cells

News   Aug 24, 2017 | Original Story from The University of Cambridge

 
Leprosy Bacteria Hijack Immune System Macrophages

Multiphoton image of microglia (GFP, green) and cerebral blood vessels (Texas-red dextran, red) in living, anesthetized transgenic mouse. Microglia are glial cells that are the resident macrophages of the brain. Honorable Mention, 2009 Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition®. Credit: Harris A. Gelbard University of Rochester Medical Center, Center for Neural Development and Disease Rochester, NY, USA

 
 
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