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Narcolepsy results from gradual loss of brain cells that produce hypocretin, a chemical that promotes wakefulness. Until now most scientists suspected that the immune system was responsible for the death of hypocretin cells. But, a team of researchers at Stanford University have found the first direct evidence that the immune system targets hypocretin cells in people with narcolepsy.
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