Molecule from worm could lead to new rheumatoid arthritis drugs

09/16/2008 | BBC

Parasitic nematode worms release a molecule called ES-62 that can inhibit inflammatory reactions responsible for certain diseases, Scottish researchers reported. They hope to create a synthetic version of the molecule to develop treatments for rheumatoid arthritis and other auto-immune disorders.

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