Posted Apr 20, 2019

T cells are like the special ops forces of the immune system, detecting and killing infected cells. When a new threat is detected, the cells ramp up from just a few sentry cells to a full platoon. But how does the immune system make just the right amount of T cells, when the starting populations of T cells vary?

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By Catherine Zandonella, Office of the Dean for Research

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