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Wikipedia, but Make It Immune Cells

Finally, a common language for talking about phagocytes

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Scientists have established the first searchable database of complex immune data, providing the foundations for a new era of cancer immunology research. The online platform unifies the ‘language’ used to describe the spectrum of phagocytic cell types and maps never-before-seen links between cellular…




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