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Fish skin immune responses resemble those of the gut, Penn study finds


September 13, 2013

IgT surrounds a ghost-like trout skin parasite A study led by J. Oriol Sunyer's group at the University of Pennsylvania found that, not only does fish skin resemble the gut morphologically, but key components of skin immune responses are also akin to those of the gut. Full Story

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