Microglial IRF5-IRF4 regulatory axis regulates neuroinflammation after cerebral ischemia and impacts stroke outcomes

Volume: 117, Issue: 3, Pages: 1742 - 1752
Published: Dec 31, 2019
Abstract
Significance Cerebral ischemia is a powerful stimulus to induce pro- and antiinflammatory responses, with the former destructive and the latter reparative in the disease progress. Microglia, the resident immune cells in the brain, are the key cells in initiating and perpetuating the poststroke inflammation. If microglial activation after stroke can be controlled, the poststroke inflammation will be quenched and stroke outcomes improved. In this...
Paper Details
Title
Microglial IRF5-IRF4 regulatory axis regulates neuroinflammation after cerebral ischemia and impacts stroke outcomes
Published Date
Dec 31, 2019
Volume
117
Issue
3
Pages
1742 - 1752
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