Review paper

Principles of inflammasome priming and inhibition: Implications for psychiatric disorders

Volume: 73, Pages: 66 - 84
Published: Oct 1, 2018
Abstract
The production of inflammatory proteins by the innate immune system is a tightly orchestrated procedure that allows the body to efficiently respond to exogenous and endogenous threats. Recently, accumulating evidence has indicated that disturbances in the inflammatory response system not only provoke autoimmune disorders, but also can have deleterious effects on neuronal function and mental health. As inflammation in the brain is primarily...
Paper Details
Title
Principles of inflammasome priming and inhibition: Implications for psychiatric disorders
Published Date
Oct 1, 2018
Volume
73
Pages
66 - 84
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