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Lack of research funding a challenge for researchers, especially those early in their careers.
Researchers treated mouse model of systemic lupus erythematous with mycophenolic acid delivered via nanoparticle.
Researchers show, for the first time, that small fiber function and morphology is impaired in patients with fibromyalgia.
New research describes the role of RANKL-expressing Th17 cells in inflammatory bone destruction. (posted June 3, 2013)
When researchers treated patients with RA with TNF-α–specific antibody, they were able to restore Treg cell function. (posted June 3, 2013)
From its beginnings as a quarterly journal in 1988, to a successful monthly publication today, AC&R has evolved and thrived
Two new blood tests may boost the accuracy of RA diagnose, although more data needed.
New research on Th17 suggests that a high salt diet may be a risk factor for inflammation.
In a recent study of unilateral lateral epicondylalgia, corticosteroid injection resulted in worse clinical outcomes compared to placebo injection, and there were no significant differences in those who received physical therapy or no physical therapy.
New research describes the regulation of skeletal size and explores how cells sense, modify, and establish a volume set point.