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In a collaboration with scientists at the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares (CNIC), Kennedy researchers have contributed to the discovery that neutrophils have many more functions in the body than previously thought. This finding suggests that neutrophil tissue-specific plasticity could be exploited in designing new treatments for neutrophil driven diseases, including cancer.

Artistic representation of a neutrophil, the most abundant cell type in the innate immune system
Artistic representation of a neutrophil, the most abundant cell type in the innate immune system
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