Spleen-to-Liver Signals Control Systemic Inflammation
Spleen-to-Liver Signals Control Systemic Inflammation
In rats, the spleen directs a cytokine surge that drives system-wide inflammation, but it is not, as once believed, the main producer of the chemical messenger.
Spleen-to-Liver Signals Control Systemic Inflammation
Spleen-to-Liver Signals Control Systemic Inflammation

In rats, the spleen directs a cytokine surge that drives system-wide inflammation, but it is not, as once believed, the main producer of the chemical messenger.

In rats, the spleen directs a cytokine surge that drives system-wide inflammation, but it is not, as once believed, the main producer of the chemical messenger.

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