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Killer cells get better with age

23-Sep-2022 – The human immune system is a thing of wonder. Up until now it had been widely assumed that the ability of killer T cells to destroy tumour cells and pathogens would deteriorate with age. (…)

Fish to help in search for MS drugs

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Moss repair team also works in humans

21-Sep-2022 – If everything is to run smoothly in living cells, the genetic information must be correct. But unfortunately, errors in the DNA accumulate over time due to mutations. Land plants have (…)

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