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Evidence for a missed signal to the CD8+ cells in CSF of Multiple Sclerosis patients
- M. Saresella, A. Grope, P. Ferrante
- Biology, MedicineThe Italian Journal of Neurological Sciences
- 1 September 1995
The data suggest that the immunosuppressive deficit that seems to be a constant finding in MS is not due to a decrease in suppressor inducer cell levels, as previously suggested, but may be caused by a missed or altered signal from the suppressor indulcer to CD8+ suppressor cells.