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BMC Immunology "Identification and characterisation of transient receptor potential melastatin 2 and CD38 channels of natural killer cells..." Balinas

Discussion in 'BioMedical ME/CFS Research' started by Kalliope, May 15, 2019.

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    I was a bit unsure on which forum to put this thread in, but as NCNED connects this to further research on ME in their presentation of the study on Facebook, I thought it suited best here even though it's not about ME.

    The study itself though goes way above my head :confused:
     
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    Way over my head, but the key thing seems to be it seems to be a small step towards the biomedical test this team have been promising for a while, and hoping to be able to use in testing possible drugs, if I understand it correctly. Still all very small scale and preliminary.
     
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    Seems like we don't need to worry our little heads about the small sample size.
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