A new study reports a commonly used NSAID anti-inflammatory drug was able to reverse memory loss in mouse models of Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers reveal how the macrophages become inflamed as we age and prevent neurotransmitters from functioning correctly.
The NLPR3 inflammasome and the inflammatory response it triggers play a critical role in the emergence of tau pathology.
A new study may pinpoint an alternative treatment for people with drug resistant multiple sclerosis.
SARM, an ancient immune protein previously implicated in apoptosis, is a key immune regulator in peripheral immune cells. The finding could help in the development of treatments for a range of diseases, including Alzheimer's, cancer and diabetes.
Sleep may be regulated by inflammasome NLRP3, researchers report.