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Like animals — from insects to mammals — people react very strongly to this substance, lipopolysaccharide.
Those that do not look roundish. The team report that more than 80% of the macrophages treated with lipopolysaccharide and then saline grew long pseudopods.
Like animals - from insects to mammals - people react very strongly to this substance, lipopolysaccharide.
The researchers worked with mouse immune cells that had been treated either with lipopolysaccharide, a bacterial compound that reliably triggers an aggressive immune response, or with inoffensive saline solution and left as controls.
But when the cells were dosed with both the agitating lipopolysaccharide and then with Dr Ebara’s polymer, less than 20% ended up in pro-inflammation mode.
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