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Immune Cell Serves As Essential Communications Link for Migrating Cells
February 16, 2017
SEATTLE, Feb. 16 -- The University of Washington issued the following news release:

Scientists at the University of Washington have discovered that a common type of cell in the vertebrate immune system plays a unique role in communication between other cells. It turns out that these cells, called macrophages, can transmit messages between non-immune cells.

Their paper, published online Feb. 16 in the journal Science, describes how pigment cells in a species of fish . . .

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