Study Points to Novel Role for Microglia in Down Syndrome
Study Points to Novel Role for Microglia in Down Syndrome
Overactive immune cells identified in a mouse model and in postmortem human brain tissue may offer a potential therapeutic target for cognitive delays associated with the condition, researchers report.
Study Points to Novel Role for Microglia in Down Syndrome
Study Points to Novel Role for Microglia in Down Syndrome

Overactive immune cells identified in a mouse model and in postmortem human brain tissue may offer a potential therapeutic target for cognitive delays associated with the condition, researchers report.

Overactive immune cells identified in a mouse model and in postmortem human brain tissue may offer a potential therapeutic target for cognitive delays associated with the condition, researchers report.

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Identifying Neuroinflammatory Biomarkers of COVID-19
Identifying Neuroinflammatory Biomarkers of COVID-19
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Aug 20, 2020
Functional proteomics detects elevated neuroinflammatory markers in patient plasma and cerebrospinal fluid!
Excess of Immune Cells Found in Brains of People with Autism
Excess of Immune Cells Found in Brains of People with Autism
Ashley Yeager | Jan 13, 2020
An accumulation of T cells and astrocytes in postmortem brain tissue hints at possible autoimmune origins for many cases of autism.
China Approves Alzheimer’s Treatment that Targets the Microbiome
China Approves Alzheimer’s Treatment that Targets the Microbiome
Kerry Grens | Nov 5, 2019
Oligomannate, derived from a compound in seaweed, suppresses neural inflammation caused by gut bacteria in mice.
Zika Linked to More Neurological Problems in Adults
Zika Linked to More Neurological Problems in Adults
Kerry Grens | Aug 14, 2017
A review of several dozen hospitalized patients in Brazil finds neurological conditions, including inflammation of the brain and spinal cord, in addition to Guillain-Barre syndrome.
Study: Microglia Tied to Weight Gain in Mice
Study: Microglia Tied to Weight Gain in Mice
Aggie Mika | Jul 5, 2017
Just by activating these immune cells in the brain, scientists could make mice eat more and burn fewer calories.