Dendritic cells are involved in the regulation of the body's immune system response, and are thought to be a key to preventing or treating autoimmune diseases. (Also see: Causes of Scleroderma, What is Scleroderma?, Types of Scleroderma, and Systemic Sclerosis)
Contribution of Dendritic cells (DCs) to the autoimmune pathology of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus. In this review article the authors discuss the most relevant data relative to the contribution of DCs to the triggering of SLE. PubMed, Immunology, 07/17/2015.
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