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Maria Akhmanovajoined in Jan 17, 2023
Postdoctoral Research Fellow at IST Austria.
Akhmanova has 1 break published.
How do immune cells enter tissues to protect the body?
Most cells in our body don’t move: they stay put, forming dense tissues. But one population of cells moves continually, and we would not survive without them. These immune cells arrive at any spot in our body where damage or infection arises. Immune cells... click to read more
- Daria Siekhaus | Visiting scientist at IST Austria
- Maria Akhmanova | Postdoctoral Research Fellow at IST Austria
Reading time 3.5 min
published on Jan 17, 2023
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