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UK scientists have made big step forward in the field of organ transplantation.  King’s College researcher Robert Lechler and his colleagues have found a way to purify a rare population of immune cells called T-regs, short for regulatory T-cells, which help to switch off immune responses against donor organs that could help to reduce the risk of rejection.
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« Last Edit: 26/05/2011 21:49:14 by chris »


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