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Immune Cell’s Role, Lupus Nephritis Demonstrated, Paves Way for Safety Testing, of Potential New Use for Asthma Drug

National Institutes of Health scientists have discovered that the activation of immune cells called basophils causes kidney damage in a mouse model of lupus nephritis. These findings and the team’s associated research in humans may lead to new treatments for this serious disease, a severe form of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) that affects the kidneys and is difficult to treat.

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