Can our immune system ‘remember’ the coronavirus? Scientists hope so.

by | Jul 22, 2020 | COVID-19, News, Sheena Cruickshank | 0 comments

“A cytotoxic T cell can specifically recognize the virus and latch on and kill it,” said Sheena Cruickshank, an immunologist at the University of Manchester in England. “It’s probably the cytotoxic T cells, in the context of the coronavirus, that might be the most important cells at dealing with the infection.”

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