Friday October 20th 2017

Study shows how immune system reconstitutes itself following immune-depleting therapy

A new study describes the complexity of the new T cell repertoire following immune-depleting therapy to treat multiple sclerosis, improving our understanding of immune tolerance and clinical outcomes.

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Study shows how immune system reconstitutes itself following immune-depleting therapy

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