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Embracing those nerves

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Tissue macrophages are highly heterogeneous populations that are shaped by the signals they encounter in their surrounding environment. Mucida and colleagues have used a range of imaging techniques to detail key differences between the macrophages found in the lamina propria of the small intestine and those that reside in the underlying muscularis layers.

Yvonne Bordon
Nature Reviews Immunology; February 2016

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