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  • Colorized photomicrograph showing a macrophage (orange cell with large red nucleus in center of image) interacting with a fibroblast (blue cell with green nucleus at bottom right) in a mouse heart. Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers have shown that a protein, interleukin 17-A, can prevent critical monocyte cells from differentiating into lymphocytes that protect cardiac muscle from inflammation and in turn, lessen the threat of heart failure.
    X. Hou and D. Cihakova, Department of Pathology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
    Colorized photomicrograph showing a macrophage (orange cell with large red nucleus in center of image) interacting with a fibroblast (blue cell with green nucleus at bottom right) in a mouse heart. Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers have shown that a protein, interleukin 17-A, can prevent critical monocyte cells from differentiating into lymphocytes that protect cardiac muscle from inflammation and in turn, lessen the threat of heart failure.
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