Erik Wambre, molecular biologist and head of the Wambre Lab at the Benaroya Research Institute, holds the markers he used to distinguish human blood cells affected by allergens from normal ones on Aug. 1 in Seattle.
Erik Wambre, molecular biologist and head of the Wambre Lab at the Benaroya Research Institute, holds the markers he used to distinguish human blood cells affected by allergens from normal ones on Aug. 1 in Seattle. Kjell Redal TNS
Erik Wambre, molecular biologist and head of the Wambre Lab at the Benaroya Research Institute, holds the markers he used to distinguish human blood cells affected by allergens from normal ones on Aug. 1 in Seattle. Kjell Redal TNS

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