By Jeremy Yeoh
The Author will briefly touch upon the complexity and difficulties of defining somewhat flexible roles of mature lymphocytes in coordinating the most appropriate response to a stimuli.
By Lorenz Adlung
Immune cells communicate with each other thereby forming intricate interaction networks like the one on the right from the Author’s group work published 2019 in Cell. With recent advances in technology, we understand more about functional interdependencies between immune cellular subsets.
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