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IMMUNE SYSTEM ALTERATIONS AND EXCITATORY SYMPTOMS IN AFFECTIVE DISORDERS

@inproceedings{Panaccione2016IMMUNESA,
  title={IMMUNE SYSTEM ALTERATIONS AND EXCITATORY SYMPTOMS IN AFFECTIVE DISORDERS},
  author={I. Panaccione and G. Sani},
  year={2016}
}
Neuroinflammation has been proposed as a strong biological factor underlying the development of neuropsychiatric diseases. A role for dysregulation of the immune system was initially suggested in depressive disorders and subsequently extended to other illnesses, including bipolar disorder (BD). Indeed, there is growing evidence confirming the presence of a generalized pro‐inflammatory state in BD patients, involving alterations in cytokine, acute‐phase proteins, and complement factor secretion… Expand

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