EXPLAINER

Explained: How Do Autoimmune Disorders Arise?

Discover how immune response is dysregulated in autoimmune diseases.

 

Discover how immune response is dysregulated in autoimmune diseases.
 

The immune system relies on the ability of immune cells to distinguish the body’s cells from abnormal or foreign cells. When immune cells fail to make this distinction, they attack healthy tissues, leading to an autoimmune response. There are no known cures for autoimmune diseases (ADs). With advances in cell therapies and gene therapies, scientists are leveraging immune cells to develop novel therapeutic strategies to combat ADs.

Download this explainer article from Drug Discovery News to discover how genetic and environmental factors cause immune dysregulation and the onset of autoimmune disorders.

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