Sniffing immune cells: Immune cells on the move are guided by touch and smell

Thursday, January 17, 2013 - 15:30 in Biology & Nature

A new article provides new insights into how immune cells find their way through tissues. The findings provide the first evidence for directed cell migration along concentration gradients of chemical cues immobilized in tissues, a concept that has long been assumed but never experimentally proven.

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