New investigational strategy provides way to identify, characterize autoreactive T cells that escape thymic selection and cause autoimmunity
Articles tagged with "T-cells"
When researchers treated patients with RA with TNF-α–specific antibody, they were able to restore Treg cell function. (posted June 3, 2013)
Researchers have identified a unique population of entheseal resident cells that can be activated by interleukin 23 (IL-23). This finding may be key to understanding how dysregulation of IL-23 results in precise inflammation of the entheses.
Progress toward targeted therapy
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