Carnivorous mushroom reveals human immune trick: How we punch our way into cancer cells

Edible oyster mushrooms have an intriguing secret: They eat spiders and roundworms. And they do so using proteins that can punch their way into cells, leaving tidy but deadly holes. It’s a trick that our immune cells also use to protect us, destroying infected cells, cancerous cells, and bacteria. —> Read More Here


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