Feb. 17, 2011

B Cells and Immune Regulation in Human Lupus

Dr. William Stohl, of the University of Southern California, is a leading immunologist studying the role of B Cells in lupus. In this video, Dr. Stohl discusses his life-long work studying the relationships among various parts of the immune system and their role in triggering autoimmune diseases, including lupus.


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