Diagnosis and assessment of preclinical and clinical autoimmune encephalomyelitis using peripheral blood lymphocyte TCR.


In organ-specific autoimmune diseases, T cells involved in the disease development bear a particular type of TCR and infiltrate the target organ predominantly. However, it is difficult to identify disease-inducing T cells in peripheral blood lymphocytes (PBL) because such T cells are very few in number in a large pool of unrelated T cells. In the present… (More)


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