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Bone marrow backup needed to tackle respiratory infections

Scientists at the Crick have found how the immune system triggers an 'emergency' dendritic cell response during infection.
10 Nov 2021
United Kingdom
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Dendritic cells are white blood cells that get their name from their tree-like shape.
Dendritic cells are white blood cells that get their name from their tree-like shape.

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