Study shows how immune cells capture pathogens

Immune cells are constantly on the move to intercept pathogens. In the skin, these are especially so-called dendritic cells, which move through the cell layers much faster than other body cells. How the cells do this exactly has not been researched so far. Biophysicists led by the COMM-member Professor Franziska Lautenschl√§ger (UdS, Experimental Physics) have … Continue reading Study shows how immune cells capture pathogens