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Imaging the Immune System in Real-Time In Vivo

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    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22745423

    "The ability to directly visualize fluorescent pathogens as they move through the body and interact with immune cells has provided a new dimension to studies of host-pathogen interactions in diverse tissues, including lymph nodes, brain, liver, gut, and skin."

    "Imaging has also been used to visualize the standoff between pathogens and T cell effectors at sites of chronic infection."

    Science Magazine 29 June 2012 NIAID and Univ of Calif Berkeley & Irvine
     
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