DNA study suggests human immunity to disease has ethnicity basis
by Staff Writers
Burnaby, British Columbia (UPI) Apr 19, 2013
Immunity to disease may vary depending on ethnicity so designing treatments that will work for everybody may be impossible, U.S. and Canadian researchers say. DNA sequencing suggests human antibody genes and how well they operate -- and what they can fight off -- can vary from person to person, and ethnicity may influence immunity, a release from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia reported. [Read more] ...