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Science 316 (5822): 206-207

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MEDICINE:
LIGHT Hits the Liver

Göran K. Hansson

An inflammatory molecule on the surface of certain immune cells increases the concentration in blood of fats associated with atherosclerosis.


The author is in the Department of Medicine and Center for Molecular Medicine, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, SE-17176, Sweden. E-mail: goran.hansson{at}ki.se


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