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Intracellular Immunity: virus neutralisation inside infected cells

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Host: John Trowsdale,

Immunology has traditionally focused on the role of professional immune cells, with infected cells seen as largely helpless. However, there is growing evidence that non-professional cells possess their own mechanisms of dealing with pathogens. My work is focused on understanding these intracellular immune mechanisms, in particular how pathogens are detected inside the cell and how they are neutralised.

This talk is part of the Immunology in Pathology series.

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