MARCH 1 , 2007
  Making Daughters Different: Penn Study Shows How Immune Cells Take Divergent Paths When Fighting Infections
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Listeria-specific T-cell in final stages of cellular division. Using three dimensional microscopy, researchers were able to show how each new daughter cell inherited different types of proteins that regulate cell fate.

Image Credit: John Chang, MD, and Steven Reiner, MD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Science.

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T-cell in final stages of division

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