autoreactive

autoreactive

(ot″ō-rē-ak′tiv) [ auto-reactive]
Exhibiting an immune response against the body's own antigens.

autoreactive

pertaining to an immune response directed against the body's own tissues.
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When mutations hit key activating pathways, autoreactive cells acquire functional advantage and expand.
This process triggers a potent immune response against specific subsets of autoreactive T-cells known to attack myelin for each individual patient.
Both CD4+ T cells and the autoreactive B cells are known to produce pathogenic autoantibodies in systemic CTDs.
Healthy individuals harbor autoreactive myelin T cells, normally kept in check by regulatory T cells.
Btk levels set the threshold for B-cell activation and negative selection of autoreactive B cells in mice.
Small PRL can also directly promote the maturation of B cells through the upregulation of bcl 2 gene expression in such a way that the negative selection of autoreactive B cells is inhibited.
T1D results from the selective destruction of insulin-producing [beta] cells in the pancreas by autoreactive T cells (35).
Antigen-presenting cells and autoreactive T cells such as T-helper 1 and 17 attack and release various tissue antigens, stimulating B cells to produce antibodies.
The blood was analyzed to measure levels of vitamin D and levels of autoreactive T-cells.
Researchers analysed blood from the umbilical cords of 100 babies and found those arriving in May had double the number of autoreactive T-cells compared with tots born in November.
The blood was analysed to measure levels of vitamin D and levels of autoreactive T-cells.