Researchers investigate whether they can mobilize the immune system to help in the fight against Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers demonstrate the regenerative dynamics of CCL2.
Researchers have identified a population of immune cells that appear to be associated with neurons which play a role in fat storage and obesity.
A new study reports some people with schizophrenia have increased numbers of immune cells in their brains. Researchers say the immune cells may be producing inflammatory signals in those with the condition.
Researchers at Cornell University have discovered a new pathway that involves immune cells which may contribute to the development of Alzheimer's disease.
MRC1+ macrophages are dysfunctional in animal models of neuropathic pain. Stimulating the expression of the anti-inflammatory protein CD163 reduced signs of neuroinflammation in the spinal cords of mice with neuropathic pain.
New findings reveal phagocytes do not fully mature until after birth, contradicting previous assumptions that they mature during embryonic development.
According to researchers, small, precise changes in anti-amyloid antibodies preserve immunotherapeutic activity without the inflammatory side effects for Alzheimer's patients.
Researchers from NTNU find new evidence of how omega 3 fatty acids can dampen inflammatory reactions in the body.
Studying what the LRRK2 gene does in macrophages infected with the bacterium that causes tuberculosis, researchers believe they may have identified a cause of Parkinson's disease.
In early Alzheimer's, glycation damages an enzyme that plays a crucial role in immune response and insulin regulation, researchers report.