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SciBar: How the immune system works

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Our immune system is a complex mixture of cells that fight invading bacteria, viruses and parasites. Checkpoints ensure that developing immune cells are healthy, able to function properly, and not growing inappropriately. During my talk I will outline these mechanisms and safeguards, and speak about how these checkpoints are enforced in immune cells.

This talk is part of the SciBar Cambridge series.

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