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Kamikaze immune cells: Bacteria infected cells die off quickly to sound the back-up alarm against stealthy invaders

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(Natural News) The immune system is a network of cells that detect foreign organisms in the body and defend it against harmful attacks. But pathogens, for their part, have evolved strategies to evade this detection, in an attempt to subvert the immune system. They do this by secreting proteins in host cells which hinder the host’s…

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