Innate Immunity: Neurodegeneration

The innate immune system is a first line of defense against infection. Pathological states can occur if there is over activation of the innate immune system, particularly in the. The excessive activation of these cells can lead to inflammation and neurodegenerative diseases. Here is the latest research on innate immunity and neurodegeneration.

July 2, 2020
Review
Open Access

Kynurenines in the Pathogenesis of Multiple Sclerosis: Therapeutic Perspectives

Cells
Tamás BiernackiLászló Vécsei
July 8, 2020

Neuropathological profile of long duration amyotrophic lateral sclerosis in military Veterans

Brain Pathology
Keith R SpencerThor D Stein
July 8, 2020
Review

An update on cellular and molecular determinants of Parkinson's disease with emphasis on the role of the retromer complex

Journal of Neuroscience Research
Vania Macías-CalvioMaría-Paz Marzolo
July 7, 2020
Open Access

Reduced Fractalkine Levels Lead to Striatal Synaptic Plasticity Deficits in Huntington's Disease

Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience
Anya KimManuel J Rodríguez
July 7, 2020
Review

ALS, a cellular whodunit on motor neuron degeneration

Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences
Peter Karagiannis, Haruhisa Inoue
July 9, 2020

Large-Scale Proteomics Highlights Glial Role in Neurodegeneration

Cell Metabolism
Alexei Verkhratsky, Robert Zorec
July 3, 2020
Review
Open Access

Peripheral and Central Nervous System Immune Response Crosstalk in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

Frontiers in Neuroscience
Zhouyang LiuChuansheng Zhao
July 9, 2020

Chronic Administration of Scopolamine Increased GSK3βP9, Beta Secretase, Amyloid Beta, and Oxidative Stress in the Hippocampus of Wistar Rats

Molecular Neurobiology
Maricarmen Hernández-RodríguezMartha Cecilia Rosales-Hernández
July 4, 2020

Type I interferonopathies: cutaneous vasculopathy, chilblains, panniculitis-induced lipodystrophyand others skin manifestations

Giornale Italiano Di Dermatologia E Venereologia : Organo Ufficiale, Società Italiana Di Dermatologia E Sifilografia
Riccardo PapaMarco Gattorno

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