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Amyloidosis is a group of clinical syndromes characterized by deposits of amyloid fibrils throughout the body.
Like detectives seeking footprints and other clues on a television "whodunit," science can also benefit from analyzing the tracks of important players in the body's molecular landscape.
A new study reveals that two enzymes help immune cells deploy pathogen-killing traps by unraveling and using the chromatin (DNA and its associated proteins) contained in the cells' nuclei to form defensive webs.
Lupus is a disease where the immune system attacks healthy cells of the body.
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