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Taking one for the team: 6 ways our cells can die and help fight infectious disease

By Georgia Atkin-Smith, Research scientist, La Trobe University
Ivan Poon, Associate Professor, Biochemistry, La Trobe University
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The survival of the human body is a fine balancing act between cell growth and cell death. Understanding our cells' complex "licence to die" could give us new ways to combat disease.

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