DATE: April 9, 2013
EXCERPT: "Research suggests a new immunology frontier with evidence that blood contains 1,000's of autoantibodies that bind specifically to antigens from all over the body, clear cellular debris from injury and disease and vary by age, gender and disease state. ...
• Women have significantly more autoantibodies than men which may account for the higher incidence of autoimmune diseases among women." more
RELATED PUBMED LINK:
Acharya NK, Nagele EP, Han M, Nagele RG. Autoantibodies: double agents in human disease. Sci Transl Med. 2013 May 22;5(186):186fs19.
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