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Females of certain species — like humans and mice — have a known ability to produce more of the gene Kdm6a than males because it’s located on the X chromosome, of which females have two. Kdm6a is also quite active in immune system T-cells, a study found, and silencing it in a mice model of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) led to […]
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The complexity in underlying mechanisms, a lack of representative research models, and inconsistent criteria defining therapeutic benefit are the main reasons why an effective therapy for progressive forms of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is still lacking, researchers maintain in a review study. Nevertheless, as research continues to shed light on the root causes of the disease, […]