Filming how our immune system kills bacteria

The research, published in Nature Communications, provides us with a better understanding of how the immune system kills bacteria and why our own cells remain intact. This may guide the development of new therapies that harness the immune system against bacterial infections, and strategies that repurpose the immune system to act against other rogue cells in the body.

Read the full press release on the University of Leeds website

Read Single-molecule kinetics of pore assembly by the membrane attack complex on the Nature website