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Persistent activation of microglia and NADPH drive hippocampal dysfunction in experimental multiple sclerosis – Nature.com

Thursday, 18 February, 2016

Persistent activation of microglia and NADPH drive hippocampal dysfunction in experimental multiple sclerosis – Nature.com

Cognitive impairment is common in multiple sclerosis (MS). Unfortunately, the synaptic and molecular mechanisms underlying MS-associated cognitive dysfunction are largely unknown. We explored the presence and the underlying mechanism of cognitive ...

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Source:Persistent activation of microglia and NADPH drive hippocampal dysfunction in experimental multiple sclerosis - Nature.com

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