Allergies and autoimmune disease could share common genetic cause: BACH2 mutations
from Medical Daily
A slew of allergic and autoimmune diseases, from asthma to celiac disease, could be associated with an altered BACH2 gene, a new study finds. Scientists at the National Institutes of Health revealed that changes to the BACH2 gene may have an impeding effect in regulating the immune system. They published their findings online June 2 in Nature.
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