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Insights into the immune system, from the fates of individual T cells
Date:3/20/2013

ere are several ways these findings could become important in the setting of human health, the researchers explain in improving the effectiveness of immunotherapy against cancer, for example, or in optimizing treatment for older people, who tend to have significantly fewer copies of a given type of immune cell. "The future memory cell stands at the beginning of an expansion process with two extreme forms of differentiation," Buchholz says, "and ideally there should be a balance, so that the memory pool is not depleted. So we can think about how to tweak vaccination schemes to first allow expansion and not let differentiation kick in too early."


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Contact: Patrick Regan
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Technische Universitaet Muenchen
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