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Hunger-Spiking Neurons May Control Multiple Sclerosis And Other Autoimmune Diseases

If appetite-promoting AgRP neurons are chronically suppressed, resulting in less appetite and a lighter body weight, T-cells tend to promote inflammation-like processes resulting in autoimmune responses that may lead to multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune diseases, scientists at Yale School of Medicine discovered...

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