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An anti-axonal cytotoxic T cell (turquoise) attacks immunologically stressed axons (purple). Evidence from the Translational Neuroimmunology Lab indicates that the cytotoxic molecules perforin and granzyme are introduced, rapidly and irrevocably damaging the axons.
The Translational Neuroimmunology Lab manipulates immune responses to protect brain function.
Dr. Howe's research team studies how the immune system can be used to protect and repair the brain.
Stay connected with the lab's research outcomes and findings through published articles.
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