Do Short Proteins Have A Long Record In Autoimmune Diseases?
One of the keys to good health is maintaining a delicate balance between the life and death of cells. Researchers know that glitches in the mechanism that kills off certain immune-system cells can lead to serious "autoimmune" diseases--with the immune-system cells running amok and attacking the wrong targets. Now, scientists are beginning to understand why that happens.
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