Review paper

LPS and neuroinflammation: a matter of timing

Volume: 24, Issue: 5, Pages: 291 - 293
Published: Sep 19, 2016
Abstract
Lipopolysaccharide (LPS) administration has been repeatedly shown to elicit central inflammation, regardless of the route of administration. In a recent study, Tiwari et al. (Inflammopharmacology 10.1007/s10787-016-0274-3 , 2016) dispute the potential of peripheral administration of LPS to induce neuroinflammation. Here, I summarise literature indicating that the neuroinflammatory effects of LPS are time dependent, and suggest that their...
Paper Details
Title
LPS and neuroinflammation: a matter of timing
Published Date
Sep 19, 2016
Volume
24
Issue
5
Pages
291 - 293
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