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  August 22, 2017  
  Rheumatology  
  The latest rheumatology news from News Medical  
 Drug-like molecule appears to interfere with inflammatory response in variety of diseasesDrug-like molecule appears to interfere with inflammatory response in variety of diseases
 
A drug-like molecule developed by Duke Health researchers appears to intercede in an inflammatory response that is at the center of a variety of diseases, including some cancers, rheumatoid arthritis and Crohn's disease.
 
   Research identifies crucial insights into early T-cell developmentResearch identifies crucial insights into early T-cell development
 
Mutations in the gene encoding the enzyme protein tyrosine phosphatase N2 (PTPN2) have been associated with the development of autoimmune disease including Type 1 diabetes, Crohn's Disease, and rheumatoid arthritis.
 
   Study examines if widespread pain originates in the brainStudy examines if widespread pain originates in the brain
 
Pain is the most common reason people seek medical care, according to the National Institutes of Health.
 
 Understanding the rise in NTM infections
 
Understanding the rise in NTM infectionsIt is important to keep in mind that nontuberculous mycobacteria are environmental, and so unlike mycobacterial tuberculosis, generally this is not a person to person transmitted disease. The organisms are found universally in water and soil and so most people are exposed on a daily basis.
 
 
 Chemist develops new sugar-coated probe to easily detect low pH in living cells
 
Chemist develops new sugar-coated probe to easily detect low pH in living cellsThe human body is engaged in a constant tightrope walk to maintain the right pH, because when our cells' acid-alkaline balance goes wrong, it can go wrong in a big way.