Study show extracellular vesicles can also deliver messages from non-human cells
Unveiling the Intricate World of Extracellular Vesicles: Messengers Beyond Imagination Introduction: Hey there! Did you know that scientists at the University of Connecticut have made a super cool discovery about how cells communicate with each other? They found out that cells use tiny messenger bubbles called extracellular vesicles (EVs) to send important messages to each other. It's like a postal service for our cells! But here's the really interesting part - these EVs can also carry pieces of bacteria, which helps us understand how bacteria affect our health.