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The Unique Origin of a Neutrophil’s Chemical Messaging System

July 18, 2022

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Presented by Health Lab

Neutrophils are the fastest immune cells in our bodies and act as the first line of defense for the immune system. Their rapid response to a site of invasion is made possible through a chemical messaging system called chemotaxis. Carole Parent, Ph.D. of the University of Michigan Medical School Department of Pharmacology and Cell and Developmental Biology, explores her team’s new research that explains the precise and surprising way these chemicals are generated.

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