White blood cells push their way through barriers to get to infection sites
A mathematical model may lead to safer chemotherapy
The study explains why certain patients develop severe infections after chemotherapy and points to ways of averting this side-effect...
Hidden “exit signs” ensure that only certain white blood cells can find them.
Keeping chemical signals inside the cells lining blood vessels ensures that only specially trained immune cells will find them...
White blood cells "walk" on tiny legs
A cell "death" gene may also be crucial for cellular life