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Previously Undiscovered Immune Cell Population Affects Learning and Memory

News   Oct 11, 2019 | by Ruairi J Mackenzie, Science Writer for Technology Networks

 
Previously Undiscovered Immune Cell Population Affects Learning and Memory

The immune cells may mediate their effect through glial cells, represented in an artists' impression here. Credit: Valerie Altounian

 
 
 

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