Biophysics explains how immune cells kill bacteria

Wednesday, August 16, 2017 - 10:02 in Biology & Nature

A new data analysis technique, moving subtrajectory analysis defines the dynamics and kinetics of key molecules in the immune response to an infection. These biophysical descriptions are expected to clarify the TCR microcluster, an essential assembly for a T cell to initiate its attack on a pathogen.

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