$TRIL I got the following excerpt below from the Forty Seven site when doing my peer DD on TRIL. I was wondering if the same info applies to TRIL in that the macrophages activate additional immune responses such as T cells, and those relative memory defenses? "Why CD47 Matters Cancer cells commandeer a “don’t eat me” signal, called CD47, to escape elimination by our innate immune system’s first responders. These innate immune cells, called macrophages, respond to “eat me” signals, non-specific signs of danger, from pathogens or abnormal cells, including cancer cells. When a macrophage recognizes a cancer cell through its “eat me” signals, it swallows and digests the cancer cell as a first line of defense. The macrophage then alerts specialized cells in the adaptive branch of our immune system, which include T cells, to specific foreign features, antigens, of that cancer cell. This mobilizes targeted, long-term defenses against the cancer cells."