Published in Blood Weekly, May 25th, 2006
According to a recently published review from Canada, "The role of innate immunity and microglia in the brain is currently a matter of great debate and controversy.
"While several studies have provided evidence that they contribute to neurodegeneration in various animal models of brain diseases and traumas, others have shown that their inhibition may in contrast be associated with more damages or less repair."
"We have recently reported the existence of two different types of microglia, the resident and the newly differentiated microglia that...
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