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Synapses are basic units of cell-cell communication in the nervous and immune systems. The internal workings of these molecular machines have been glimpsed through advances in imaging and biochemical technologies. Here, the promise of emerging fluorescence microscopy approaches to further clarify the molecular organization of immunological synapses is discussed.


Journal article


Trends in Ecology and Evolution

Publication Date



23 - 27