Functionally distinct T cells in viscoelastically dissimilar matrices

Functionally distinct T-cell populations can be generated from T cells that received the same stimulation by altering the viscoelasticity of their surrounding extracellular matrix.
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The cover illustrates that the viscoelasticity of extracellular matrices can be altered to generate functionally distinct T-cell populations from T cells that received the same stimulation.

See Adu-Berchie et al.

Image: Kwasi Adu-Berchie and Yutong Liu, Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University. Cover design: Allen Beattie.

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