Category Archives: nTreg cell

Previously unknown immune cell identified, with implications for T1 diabetes.


The body has an army of millions of immune cells. These cells contain receptors generated through random genetic rearrangements, a clever strategy to keep them ready to fight unfamiliar viruses and bacteria. However, this diverse pool leaves many questions about which ones are active in specific diseases.  Now, a study from researchers at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) identifies a

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