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The immune modulatory functions of neural stem cells

Video   Jan 13, 2017

 

Stefano Pluchino, Principal Investigator, University of Cambridge, tells us about the immune modulatory functions of neural stem cells and the role extracellular vesicles play in intercellular communication in the CNS.

 
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