Remyelination in multiple sclerosis: a new role for neurotrophins?

Abstract

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a common neurological disease, which affects young adults. Its course is unpredictable and runs over decades. It is considered as an autoimmune disease, and is neuropathologically characterized by demyelination, variable loss of oligodendroglial cells, and axonal degeneration. Demyelination provides a permitting condition for… (More)

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@article{Althaus2004RemyelinationIM, title={Remyelination in multiple sclerosis: a new role for neurotrophins?}, author={Hans H. Althaus}, journal={Progress in brain research}, year={2004}, volume={146}, pages={415-32} }