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Light Shed on Immune Mechanism That Triggers Cytokine Storms Typical of COVID-19

News   Dec 02, 2020 | Original story from Agência FAPESP

 
Light Shed on Immune Mechanism That Triggers Cytokine Storms Typical of COVID-19

In lung tissue from a person who died after contracting COVID-19, active inflammasomes (puncta, represented as red specks) can be seen in some cells. Collagen fibers, lung cell nuclei and epithelial cells are stained green, blue and pink respectively. Credit: Keyla S. G. de Sá / FMRP-USP.

 
 
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