Poorly understood cell plays role in immunity against the flu
A new understanding of a certain cell in the immune system may help guide scientists in creating better flu vaccines, report researchers from the Program in Cellular and Molecular Medicine and the Immune Disease Institute at Children's Hospital Boston .
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#1 Mar 23, 2010
Its about time something was found, instead of the the old song and dance about no antigen receptors. Exposure to so many postive flu strains, still no sickness, ha.
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