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  • Are we using the wrong antigens?
  • Or are we too late?
  • Is there a need for combination with immune modulation?
Another lesson that we have learned is that perhaps we need to look at more different autoantigens – different peptides and proteins coming from the beta cell. There is a lot of interest now, for instance, in the fact that antigens – peptides and proteins – in a beta cell that is under attack by the immune system and by inflammation are not the same as the native proteins, but that they have been altered and have become new proteins, and that they have thus become new antigens, for instance through post-translational modifications.
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