Neutrophils overcome their inability to swarm by cooperatively generating LTB4 through transcellular biosynthesis


Bryan Hurley, Ph.D., an associate investigator in the Mucosal Immunology and Biology Research Center at Mass General for Children and an associate professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and Daniel Irimia, MD, Ph.D., of the Center for Engineering in Medicine and Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital and an associate professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School, are co-senior authors of a new study in iScience, titled Transcellular Biosynthesis of Leukotriene B4 Orchestrates Neutrophil Swarming to Fungi.

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