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Scientists Reveal How Signals From Pathogenic Bacteria Reach Danger Sensors of Cells

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital scientists show that IRGB10, an essential protein induced by the signaling protein interferon, is needed to activate danger-sensing proteins in the cytoplasm of cells.
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