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New Molecule Suppresses Inflammatory Process in Mice With Genetically-Induced Arthritis

News   Aug 12, 2020 | Original story by José Tadeu Arantes for Agência FAPESP

 
New Molecule Suppresses Inflammatory Process in Mice With Genetically-Induced Arthritis

Arthritic mouse paw treated with TPPU (left) and untreated paw of another arthritic mouse. The substance decreased the area affected, reduced local swelling, and assuaged the pain associated with the inflammatory process. Credit: N.H. Napimoga

 
 
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