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Mechanism Identified That Regulates Our Immune Gatekeepers

News   Apr 06, 2020 | Original story from the Spanish National Center for Cardiovascular Research

 
Mechanism Identified That Regulates Our Immune Gatekeepers

Confocal microscopy image showing a peritoneal macrophage from a mouse lacking RXR. The image shows a high lipid content (green) in acid vesicles (red). Credit: CNIC

 
 
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