White Blood Cell(Neutrophil)U-1146

My brother will always be in my shadow. However, this does not preclude me from being myself. Because he is vital to me, I will defend him to the best of my ability, even if he develops into a neutrophil. I'll do the same as he grows in the bone marrow. I'm a Glitch cell, and here is my story from the bone marrow.

U-1146 is a prominent character in the manga and anime series Cells at Work! He is a White Blood Cell, more precisely a Neutrophil, and his primary function is to fight off dangerous germs and viruses in the body. This is mirrored in his white-clad look and uniform, both of which are regularly smeared with blood from labor. U-1146 made his ISML debut in 2019, but was ousted in the Sapphire wildcard round.

Hataraku Saibou Season 2 (also known as Cells at Work!!) debuted on January 9, 2021 and lasted eight episodes before ending on February 27, 2021. Season 3 has yet to be announced by either the producer, David Production Studios, or any of the networks that broadcast the series. This is one of the few anime where the underlying problem is a lack of source material rather than a lack of audience engagement. Akane Shimizu released six volumes of the Hataraku Saibou manga series between January 26, 2015, and January 26, 2021. The majority of the first five volumes' chapters have already been adapted into anime. Shimizu contributed a chapter on IPS Cells and another two on the New Coronavirus in the sixth edition. However, a single volume does not provide enough information to support a whole season. So, until Shimizu returns and contributes additional volumes to the manga, the prospects of Hataraku Saibous being renewed are slim.

What is the purpose of Cells at Work?

AE3803, a clumsy but industrious Red Blood Cell or Erythrocyte who has just recently begun her job carrying oxygen, carbon dioxide, and other nutrients throughout the body. When he protects her from a pneumococcus bacteria attack, she meets Neutrophil U-1146, a tenacious White Blood Cell. U-1146 is a loving guy at heart, despite his brutal task of destroying germs. The series tracks their exploits as they go through the human body. Despite the ridiculousness of the tale, the series' content on biology and medicine has received acclaim from physicians and biology instructors for its authenticity.

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