Study: Researchers find why T-cells' defenses break down

01/21/2007 | BBC

U.S. researchers say they have learned why the T-cell mechanism that regulates the body's immune system sometimes breaks down, allowing healthy cells to be destroyed. They attribute the failure to a single gene that influences 30 others in causing the malfunction, which leads to some major diseases such as multiple sclerosis.

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