Rocío Ramos-Medina

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Multiple sclerosis, the most common cause of neurological disability in young population after trauma, represents a significant public health burden. Current challenges associated with management of multiple sclerosis (MS) patients stem from the lack of biomarkers that might enable stratification of the different clinical forms of MS and thus prompt(More)
In multiple sclerosis (MS), the immune damage to the central nervous system results from the net balance between self-reactive and immunoregulatory cells, among other factors. We identified novel perforin-expressing regulatory B-cells (BReg) in patients with clinically isolated syndrome, significantly enriched within the cerebrospinal fluid when compared to(More)
Multiple sclerosis (MS) represents the leading cause of neurological deficit among young adults, affecting women more frequently than men. In MS, the extent of central nervous system lesions is determined by the net balance between self-reactive and regulatory T-cells at any given time, among other factors, as well as by the effect of inflammatory response.(More)
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