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Harnessing power of immune system may lessen reliance on antibiotics for infections like TB

Crick researchers have found that the body's process of removing old and damaged cell parts, is also an essential part of tackling infections that take hold within our cells, like TB.
11 Apr 2023
Written by Katherine Denyer
Research buzz
Image of a macrophage (grey) infected with the bacilli bacteria that cause TB. - Tony Fearns
Image of a macrophage (grey) infected with the bacilli bacteria that cause TB. - Tony Fearns

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