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When we hear about SARS-CoV-2 immunity we mostly think: antibodies. These proteins are made by a group of immune cells, called B cells. Antibodies find and bind to foreign proteins in our bodies. They lock onto their targets, they signal other immune cells to come and clean up the infection. But less is known of the key role of T cells – the cousins of B cells – in immunity.

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A newly developed technology provides insights into how immune cells can spot cancer cells and help us making anti-tumour immunotherapy more precise.

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Researchers have identified a protein that can be targeted with future drugs to stop the deadly spread of breast cancer and save lives.

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