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Immune System Discovery Could Reduce Organ Rejection

News   May 11, 2020 | Original story from the University of Pittsburgh

 
Immune System Discovery Could Reduce Organ Rejection

Image of transplanted mouse kidney tissues showing recipient immune cells (blue) in normal (left) but not genetically modified mice (right). Credit: Image adapted from Dai H et al., Science (2020)

 
 
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