TWiM 190: Exosomes in your nose and in your gut

December 7, 2018

exosomesThe TWiM-opods consider two stories about exosomes, vesicles that are shed from cells: those that eliminate airway pathogens, and those from the plants we eat that shape our gut microbiome.

Hosts: Vincent RacanielloMichael Schmidtand Michele Swanson

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