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Mass. General study reveals how MRSA infection compromises lymphatic function

19:00 EST 16 Jan 2018 | AAAS

(Massachusetts General Hospital) Massachusetts General Hospital investigators find that MRSA infection impairs the ability of lymphatic vessels to pump lymphatic fluid to lymph nodes in mouse models, which may contribute to the frequent recurrences of MRSA infection experienced by patients.

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