Promoting gut plasmablasts for MS

How promoting survival of plasmablasts and plasma cells in the gut could treat MS

Researchers from the University of Toronto and colleagues have linked the gut-brain axis to multiple sclerosis by showing gut plasmablasts and plasma cells suppress CNS inflammation during active MS, and suggested therapies that promote the cells’ survival could treat the disease.

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