Tuesday October 17th 2017

KIR4.1 Antibodies in Blood May Precede MS by Years KIR4.1 Antibodies in Blood May Precede MS by Years

The finding that KIR4.1 antibodies may appear years before multiple sclerosis onset implicates the autoantibody in disease development, and perhaps a role as biomarker, researchers say. Medscape Medical News (Source: Medscape Neurology and Neurosurgery Headlines)

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KIR4.1 Antibodies in Blood May Precede MS by Years KIR4.1 Antibodies in Blood May Precede MS by Years

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