Distinct Immune Protein Pattern Found in Rett Patients in Small Study

Distinct Immune Protein Pattern Found in Rett Patients in Small Study

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Distinct Immune Protein Pattern Found in Rett Patients in Small Study

In people with Rett syndrome, cells known as fibroblasts have a distinct protein production profile — called a proteome — that overrepresents biological pathways related to immune function and inflammation, a small study reports. These findings may help researchers better understand how abnormal inflammation manifests in Rett syndrome and affects different organs. The study, “A proteomics approach to further highlight the altered inflammatory condition in Rett syndrome,” led by researchers in Italy, was published in the journal…

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