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Allergy Biomarkers Found in a Sub-Subgroup of T Helper Cells

06:51 EDT 3 Aug 2017 | Genetic Engineering News

  Newly identified T helper cells dubbed TH2A cells are responsible for causing allergic symptoms. These pathogenic cells can be distinguished from their protective counterparts by specific markers. [Carla Schaffer/E. Wambre et al./AAAS]  

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