Image of the Day: HIV Shuttles
Image of the Day: HIV Shuttles
Macrophages transport HIV-like particles into lymph nodes during infection.
Image of the Day: HIV Shuttles
Image of the Day: HIV Shuttles

Macrophages transport HIV-like particles into lymph nodes during infection.

Macrophages transport HIV-like particles into lymph nodes during infection.

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The Scientist's LabTalk Podcast - Episode 1
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Researchers watch cellular interactions in high definition as the immune cells absorb E. coli bacteria.
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<em>The Scientist</em>&rsquo;s Most Stunning Infographics of 2018<em>The Scientist</em>&rsquo;s Most Stunning Infographics of 2018
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Of Mice and Metastasis
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Tools for studying how cancer spreads
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Macrophages play numerous roles within tumors, leaving cancer researchers with a choice: eliminate the cells or recruit them.
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A new study reveals that a constant stream of ink-gobbling immune cells helps hold tattoos in place.
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From a plastic-munching coral to see-through frogs, here are The Scientist’s favorite images from 2017.