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Gene mutations found in white blood cells of people with rheumatoid arthritis

02:00 EDT 29 Jun 2017 | Arthritis Digest

Gene mutations in cells are a feature of rheumatoid arthritis, a team reveals for the first time in Nature Communications. We already know that gene mutations that accumulate in cells are involved in the development of cancer, but until now there was little research on their impact when it comes to autoimmune diseases. Now a […]

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