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The abnormal signaling of the B cell receptor and coreceptors of lupus B cells.

It is easily understood that studying the physiology and pathophysiology of the BCRtriggered cascade is of importance, particularly in such diseases as systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) that are considered by many as a "B cell disease". Even though B cells are not considered as the only players in lupus pathogenesis, and other immune and non-immune cells are certainly involved, it is the success of recent B celltargeting treatment strategies that ascribe a critical role to the lupus B cell.

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