Matthias Schilling

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Resident microglia and hematogenous macrophages play crucial roles in the pathogenetic cascade following cerebral ischemia but may functionally differ regarding neuroprotective and cytotoxic(More)
Activated microglia and hematogenous macrophages are known to be involved in infarct development after cerebral ischemia. Traditionally, hematogenic macrophages are thought to be the primary cells to(More)
The chemokine receptor 2 (CCR2) is involved in inflammatory reactions following cerebral ischemia. Monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 (MCP-1) binds with high affinity to CCR2. MCP-1 is necessary for(More)
Neonatal exposure to methamphetamine (MA) has previously been shown to induce acoustic startle facilitation when the animals were tested as adults. The present experiment sought to replicate and(More)
Monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 (MCP-1) and its receptor CCR-2 are known to play a major role in inflammatory responses after cerebral ischemia. Mice deficient in either MCP-1 or CCR-2 have been(More)