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Malevolent mevalonate

Cholesterol precursor 'trains' innate immunity

By Anette Breindl
Senior Science Editor

Friday, January 12, 2018

Immunological memory was once considered the sole provenance of the adaptive immune system's T and B cells, while the adaptive immune system "was thought to respond in the same naïve way every time," Niels Riksen told BioWorld.

More recently, it has become clear that innate immunity, too, has at least a short-term memory.

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