Impaired immune response may cause bone resorption in patients with genetic disorder

A research team led by Hiroshima University Professor Satoshi Okada has determined that enhanced bone resorption activity due to a faulty immune response may underpin multifocal osteomyelitis—painful, chronic bone infections—in children with MSMD, a rare genetic condition resulting from a range of immune system mutations. About a quarter of the world’s population is infected with […]

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