Immune Regulation by B Lymphocytes

 

Our lab is dedicated to understanding the mechanisms of immune regulation employed by B lymphocytes and using this knowledge to find new and innovative ways to treat immune-mediated diseases such as allergic asthma, food allergies, autoimmune retinopathy, rheumatoid arthritis, type I diabetes, Grave's thyroiditis, and multiple sclerosis.

 

 
 Cartoon of Killer/Regulatory B Cell Interaction with an Autoreactive Th Cell

Cartoon of Killer/Regulatory B Cell Interaction with an Autoreactive Th Cell

 

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