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"Mathematician cracks immunity codes"

Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by Tony Mach, Jan 13, 2012.

  1. Tony Mach

    Tony Mach Show me the evidence.

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    Something I have seen, maybe of interest to some.

    The last sentence makes me wary. But hey, he claims he found something, so everybody look into it and see if he's right.

    And it was published in the journal Science, so what could possibly go wrong?

    I think this is the paper (I gave every sentence of the abstract an paragraph):
    At least they took some time to review it.

    Or not:
     
  2. Snow Leopard

    Snow Leopard Senior Member

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    The fact is that there is no good model for the development of B-cell autoimmunity, so papers like this should very much be encouraged even if they are (most) likely to be incorrect.
     
  3. Tia

    Tia Senior Member

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    WoW! That's great news!
     

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