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T Cells May Do More Harm Than Good in Atherosclerosis

News   Jul 27, 2020 | Original story from La Jolla Institute for Immunology

 
T Cells May Do More Harm Than Good in Atherosclerosis

Everyone produces T cells that can recognize ApoB, the protein backbone of LDL cholesterol. The image shows a close-up of a T cell receptor (green) and an MHC molecule (pink) presenting a fragment of an ApoB molecule (light blue). Credit: The Ley Lab, La Jolla Institute for Immunology.

 
 
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