The American College of Physicians.

###The American College of Physicians , related subspecialists, and medical students, internists specializing in the prevention, detection and treatment of illnesses in adults.

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Simultaneously Help which body of to tolerate own tissue and preventing and curb infection. The scientists of the Helmholtz Zentrum M Munich and the Centre of Allergy and Environment of the Technical universities Munich Tee M, with colleagues from London and Rome, discovered the Th22 cells saw in the analysis of Haut biopsies from patients with psoriasis, atopic eczema and allergic contact dermatitis. Whilst the histological examination we have T cells, that notices of by the signaling molecule interleukin-22 , said the lead author Dr. Stefanie, the main author of this study.. They can help type of immune cells regulate inflammation in chronic diseaseThe newly discovered Th22 cells are a previously unknown subset of T helper cells.

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