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Source of Elusive Neutrophil Progenitor Cells Finally Found

News   Aug 29, 2018 | Original story sourced from the La Jolla Institute

 
Researchers Find Elusive Source Of Most Abundant Immune Cell

Neutrophils (bottom right) are derived from a newly discovered unipotent neutrophil progenitor (top left). The color of the nucleus matches the color on the viSNE map shown in the middle, where red indicates closer to the hematopoietic origin and yellow indicates more specialized cells. Image credit: Dr. Yanfang Peipei Zhu, La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology.

 
 
 

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