Immune cells appear to play a direct role in the development of ALS, a new study reports.
A new study sheds light on how the circadian clock controls inflammatory response. By understanding the link between inflammation and circadian rhythm, researchers believe it may be most effective to target specific conditions at certain times of the day. The findings may also explain why those who experience body clock disruptions are more susceptible to inflammatory conditions.
Researchers report new findings about the immune system could help treat inflammation in Alzheimer's disease and could save people from deadly inflammation associated with sepsis.