First Ever 'Atlas' Of T Cells In Human Body - Findings Could Lead To New Vaccine Strategies

"We found that T cells are highly compartmentalized - that is, each tissue we examined had its own complement of T cells," said study leader Donna L. Farber, PhD, professor of surgical sciences at CUMC and a principal investigator with the new Columbia Center for Translational Immunology (CCTI), directed by Megan Sykes, MD. "The results were remarkably similar in all donors, even though these people were very different in terms of age, background, and lifestyle." MNT

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