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What Do T Cells Like to Eat? The Answer Could Stop Multiple Sclerosis

By July 4, 2023No Comments

Cells, like people, get their energy from sugars, proteins and fats. Many cells have highly specialized diets — think of some loving kale while others prefer Texas BBQ. The exact diet that a cell eats is unique like a fingerprint, specific to the function of the cell.

BRI’s Yevgeniy Yuzefpolskiy, PhD, and Estelle Bettelli, PhD, think these fingerprints could be the key to stopping the cells that cause multiple sclerosis (MS).