Researchers find B cells drive responses of other immune cells, can be modified to prevent multiple sclerosis symptoms

B cells can control responses of myeloid cells through the release of particular cytokines (small proteins that control the growth and activity of cells in the immune system), disproving the previous consensus that T cells are the only orchestrators of immune responses.

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