How the immune system’s T cells seem to improve learning

The immune system’s cells work hard to fight off infections. But new research is uncovering their important role in cognition, and a study published online May 3 in The Journal of Experimental Medicine reveals how the immune system’s T cells , which aren’t present in the brain, can impact learning and memory. [More]



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