A newly-discovered role for an immune regulator in T cells may help unravel the molecular basis of inflammatory bowel disease and serve as a promising therapeutic target.
When parts of a bacteria’s cell wall enter into circulation, its host experiences more severe autoimmune reactions.
patients exhibit altered cell proteins, a discovery with potential implications
for diagnostics and studies into the
Discovery of which monocytes secrete a pro-inflammatory protein could lead to new therapies for autoimmune disease
Variations in the genome of immune cells underlie differences in our individual predisposition to several diseases