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The Importance Of The Macrophage In The Immune System

We could depict it as a Pac-Man that eats up all the unwanted “ghosts”, but the macrophage does more than just that.

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The macrophage is one of those immune cells in our body that does quite a fair bit of things without us thinking about it. We’re exposed to so many microbes and virues in the…

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Dr Joel Yong, PhD

Dr Joel Yong, PhD

Crafting strategies for optimising the biochemical pathways in the human body. Learn more at https://thethinkingscientist.substack.com.

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