Interactions between immune cells and diverse cellular partners

The crosstalk between immune cells, stromal cells, neurons, and microbes shapes wound healing, pain, and immunotherapy response.

Serving as the body's defenders, immune cells swiftly mobilize in response to foreign threats, attracting their cellular partners to address infections and other dangers. Their concerted work with stromal cells, neurons, and microbes drives several crucial processes, including wound healing, pain modulation, and response to cancer immunotherapy.  

Download this ebook from Drug Discovery News to learn about the latest research on the crosstalk between immune cells, neurons, stromal cells, and microbes during pain, tissue repair, and cancer.

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