Contact: Kara Gavin
University of Michigan Health System
Caption: These cells, dubbed T2M cells, were found in the lungs of mice and appear to be directly involved in creating asthma-like conditions even when steroid medication is given. Similar cells were found at higher levels in the blood of humans with asthma, compared with those without.
Credit: University of Michigan - Lukacs lab
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