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Social control among immune cells improves defence against infections

01:00 EST 13 Feb 2020 | Bionity

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A simple mechanism, previously known from bacteria, ensures that the immune system strikes a balance between the rapid expansion of immune cells and the prevention of an excessive self-damaging reaction after an infection. This has now been deciphered by scientists at the University of Freiburg - Me...

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