Taras Lyubchenko, Ph.D.

Taras Lyubchenko, Ph.D.

2005-2006

The Role of B Cells in RA
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Taras Lyubchenko, Ph.D.

University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
Denver, CO
Role of complement receptor 2 (CR2/CD21) in B cell receptor signal transduction

Understanding the mechanisms underlying activation of antibody-producing B cells is particularly important in autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis. Dr. Taras Lyubchenko’s study will focus on one of the key processes responsible for the contribution of B cells to the course of the autoimmune disease – intracellular signaling mechanisms. The goal of this study is to characterize these novel mechanisms of B cell activation and to facilitate a new therapeutic approach to reduce B cell activation in rheumatoid arthritis.

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Arthritis National Research Foundation
arthritisresearch@curearthritis.org

The Arthritis National Research Foundation's mission is to provide initial research funding to brilliant, investigative scientists with new ideas to cure arthritis and related autoimmune diseases. Writing articles about the patients affected and the science being done to find a cure shows why we need to come together to #CureArthritis!

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