T cells may help COVID-19 patients — and people never exposed to the virus

How important certain immune cells are for those fighting the coronavirus remains unclear

T cells

Scientists found certain immune cells that target the coronavirus (seen in this transmission electron micrograph) in the blood of people who had recovered from a coronavirus infection as well as in the blood of some people who had never been exposed to the virus.


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