With every infection or vaccination, memory cells form that the body uses to remember the pathogen. This has been known for decades — but the structure of this cellular immunologic memory has previously proven impossible to pin down. Researchers have now identified a microanatomical region in memory cells that enables them to work rapidly in the first few hours of an immune response.
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