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If something tickles our nose, we sneeze. Behind this simple biological output lies a cascade of cell communication. In an interview with uni:view, Manuela Baccarini, molecular biologist at Max F. Perutz Laboratories, explains why cell signaling resembles a WhatsApp group and how we can prevent cell damage.
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