Targeting type of B cell could reduce lupus disease, study suggests

A group of University of Pittsburgh researchers has given new meaning to “knowing your ABCs.” In a new study, published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine, the team showed that a type of immune cell called age-associated B cells, or ABCs, are important drivers of lupus and that targeting these cells in a mouse model reduced disease, pointing the way to new therapies.

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