Kate Latham

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Kate completed her BSc at Newcastle University in 2012, where she specialised in the field of cellular and molecular biology. Once graduated, she went on to join the cancer research team at Southampton University, where she studied the influence of genetic variation on response to monoclonal antibody therapy in cancer patients. After a few years of hands-on research, Kate left the lab to pursue an interest in travel and science writing. Today, she enjoys a freelance career as a Biology content provider and produces medical articles and educational materials for websites and companies around the world.
Fat cells are the basic units of fat tissue

Fat Cells

Bone cells are found in bone tissue

Bone Cells

How do cytotoxic T cells kill infected cells?

Cytotoxic T Cell

The two types of cells on Earth are prokaryotes and eukaryotes

Types of Cells

Skin cells of the epidermis are highly specialized

Skin Cell

Natural killer cells are cytotoxic cells of the innate immune system

Natural Killer Cells

Langerhans cells are immune cells of the epidermis

Langerhans Cell

T helper cells are a key part of the adaptive immune system

Helper T Cell

Ependymal cells make up the ependyma

Ependymal Cell

A haploid cell contains a single set of chromosomes

Haploid Cell