Analyzing Certain Immune Cells in Thymomas May Help to Predict MG

Analyzing Certain Immune Cells in Thymomas May Help to Predict MG

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Analyzing Certain Immune Cells in Thymomas May Help to Predict MG

Determining whether two types of immune cells — T follicular helper cells and activated dendritic cells — are present or lacking in a thymoma, in addition to the levels of specific genes, may help to predict the risk of myasthenia gravis (MG) among people with these tumors, a small study suggests. The study, “Two types of immune infiltrating cells and six hub genes can predict the occurrence of myasthenia gravis in patients with thymoma,” was published in…

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