Stanford Medicine scientists pinpoint COVID-19 virus’s entry and exit ports inside our noses January 17 2023, 1 Comment

Stanford Medicine scientists pinpoint COVID-19 virus’s entry and exit ports inside our noses

The nose and airway are lined with epithelial tissue consisting mainly of three cell types: basal cells, goblet cells and multiciliated cells, which make up about 80% of all cells in the nasal epithelium. Multiciliated cells form a protective barrier to keep viruses from entering the airway. 

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