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NEW YORK – A team of researchers from the UK and Belgium has developed a comprehensive, single-cell transcriptomic atlas of the human thymus, providing a high-resolution census of T cell development.
 
"We now have a very detailed understanding of how T cells form in healthy tissue," Ghent University Professor Tom Taghon, senior author on a study published Friday in Science, said in a statement.

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