‘Treg’ cells stop immune system meltdown
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Novel research funded by the Lupus Research Institute (LRI), National Institutes of Health, and the University Cancer Research Fund uncovered for the first time how a specific type of cells, "immune-suppressive regulatory T cells (Tregs), might prevent the immune system from attacking itself.
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