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Innate Immunity: Neurodegeneration

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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.

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bioRxiv

Olfactory Response as a Marker for Alzheimer's Disease: Evidence from Perception and Frontal Oscillation Coherence Deficit

bioRxivNovember 13, 2019
Mohammad Javad SedghizadehHeliya Tarighatnia
4
Scientific Reports

Discovery of a potent small molecule inhibiting Huntington's disease (HD) pathogenesis via targeting CAG repeats RNA and Poly Q protein

Scientific ReportsNovember 14, 2019
Eshan KhanAmit Kumar
2
International Journal of Molecular Sciences

Food Allergies and Ageing

International Journal of Molecular SciencesNovember 8, 2019
Massimo De MartinisLia Ginaldi
2
Journal of Psychiatric Research

Prefrontal cortex alterations in glia gene expression in schizophrenia with and without suicide

Journal of Psychiatric ResearchNovember 9, 2019
Lin ZhangDick Frans Swaab
International Journal of Molecular Sciences

The Novel Perspectives of Adipokines on Brain Health

International Journal of Molecular SciencesNovember 11, 2019
Thomas Ho-Yin LeeSuk-Yu Yau
Frontiers in Neuroscience

The Delta-Subunit Selective GABA A Receptor Modulator, DS2, Improves Stroke Recovery via an Anti-inflammatory Mechanism

Frontiers in NeuroscienceOctober 29, 2019
Silke NeumannAndrew N Clarkson
International Immunopharmacology

LXW7 attenuates inflammation via suppressing Akt/nuclear factor kappa B and mitogen-activated protein kinases signaling pathways in lipopolysaccharide-stimulated BV2 microglial cells

International ImmunopharmacologyNovember 12, 2019
Sijia PengL P Yi
Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology

Inhibition of mTOR Alleviates Early Brain Injury After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Via Relieving Excessive Mitochondrial Fission

Cellular and Molecular NeurobiologyNovember 15, 2019
Yuchen LiHuaizhang Shi
1
Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry

The cytoprotective and anti-cancer potential of bisbenzylisoquinoline alkaloids from Nelumbo nucifera

Current Topics in Medicinal ChemistryNovember 16, 2019
Prasath ManogaranViswanadha Vijaya Padma
International Journal of Molecular Sciences

The Overcrowded Crossroads: Mitochondria, Alpha-Synuclein, and the Endo-Lysosomal System Interaction in Parkinson's Disease

International Journal of Molecular SciencesOctober 25, 2019
Kai-Jung LinTsu-Kung Lin
5
BMC Medicine

NG2 glia regulate brain innate immunity via TGF-β2/TGFBR2 axis

BMC MedicineNovember 15, 2019
Shu-Zhen ZhangJia-wei Zhou
2
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry

Eicosapentaenoic acid enriched phosphatidylcholine mitigated Aβ1-42 induced neurotoxicity via autophagy-inflammasome pathway

Journal of Agricultural and Food ChemistryNovember 14, 2019
Min WenChang-Hu Xue
2
Journal of Neuroinflammation

Chemerin-induced macrophages pyroptosis in fetal brain tissue leads to cognitive disorder in offspring of diabetic dams

Journal of NeuroinflammationNovember 16, 2019
Zhaoxia LiangDan-qing Chen
Nutrients

Effect of High-Fat Diets on Oxidative Stress, Cellular Inflammatory Response and Cognitive Function

NutrientsOctober 25, 2019
Bee Ling Tan, Mohd Esa Norhaizan
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1
Journal of Neuroinflammation

Regulatory impairment in untreated Parkinson's disease is not restricted to Tregs: other regulatory populations are also involved

Journal of NeuroinflammationNovember 11, 2019
Diana Denisse Álvarez-LuquínLaura Virginia Adalid-Peralta
2
1
CNS Drugs

Fingolimod Increases Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor Level Secretion from Circulating T Cells of Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

CNS DrugsNovember 12, 2019
Maya GolanArnon Karni
2
Nature Reviews. Neuroscience

B cells in autoimmune and neurodegenerative central nervous system diseases

Nature Reviews. NeuroscienceNovember 11, 2019
Joseph J SabatinoScott S Zamvil
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1
Molecular Neurobiology

A role for SUMOylation in the Formation and Cellular Localization of TDP-43 Aggregates in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

Molecular NeurobiologyNovember 15, 2019
Cindy MaurelPatrick Vourc'h
Molecular Neurobiology

Disparate Central and Peripheral Effects of Circulating IGF-1 Deficiency on Tissue Mitochondrial Function

Molecular NeurobiologyNovember 15, 2019
Gavin A PharaohSreemathi Logan
4
PLoS Pathogens

EV71 infection induces neurodegeneration via activating TLR7 signaling and IL-6 production

PLoS PathogensNovember 15, 2019
Zhen LuoJian-Guo Wu

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