New findings could help point the way to new targets for developing treatments for multiple sclerosis.
A new study reports researchers have discovered a way to enhance the effects of immunotherapy to treat glioblastoma.
Researchers implant human stems cells into the spinal cords of mice crippled by an autoimmune disease similar to MS, helping the mice to regain the ability to move and walk.
Researchers have presented two studies introducing new indicator molecules that can visualize the activation of T cells. Their findings provide new insight into the role of these cells in the autoimmune disease multiple sclerosis.
Researchers discover proteins in the IL-6 signaling pathway may be leveraged as novel biomarkers of multiple sclerosis (MS) to gauge disease activity and as a target for new therapies.