Cytokine expression and microglial activation in progressive supranuclear palsy.

@article{FernndezBotrn2011CytokineEA,
  title={Cytokine expression and microglial activation in progressive supranuclear palsy.},
  author={Rafael Fern{\'a}ndez-Botr{\'a}n and Zeshan Ahmed and Fabi{\'a}n Alberto Crespo and Chandler D. Gatenbee and John Paul S Gonzalez and Dennis W. Dickson and Irene Litvan},
  journal={Parkinsonism & related disorders},
  year={2011},
  volume={17 9},
  pages={
          683-8
        }
}
Although little is known about the etiology of progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), genetic and epigenetic factors, oxidative injury and inflammation are thought to contribute to its development and/or progression. Evidence for activated glia involvement in PSP has raised the possibility that neuroinflammation may contribute to its pathogenesis. To investigate the correlation between neuroinflammation and PSP, a comparative study was conducted on the patterns of cytokine expression in… CONTINUE READING
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