FEB 03, 2015 2:40 PM PST

Cytotoxic T- Cells on Patrol


Wow! It's one thing to know that the immune system has the power to destroy cancerous cells. But it's quite another thing to see a cytotoxic T cell actually take out a cancer cell right before your eyes.

This amazing video was produced by Alex T. Ritter as part of Celldance 2014, an annual video series by the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB).
About the Author
  • I'm a writer living in the Boston area. My interests include cancer research, cardiology and neuroscience. I want to be part of using the Internet and social media to educate professionals and patients in a collaborative environment.
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