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Lung Cell Transplant Boosts Healing After the Flu

News   Aug 21, 2019 | Original story from the University of Pennsylvania

 
Lung Cell Transplant Boosts Healing After the Flu

Researchers successfully transplanted a special type of lung cell called AT2 cells (labeled in green) from healthy mice into mice that had experienced a severe flu infection. The AT2 cells that engrafted (in red) appear to have helped the animals recover more robustly. Credit: Aaron Weiner/University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine

 
 
 

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