Microglia and cytokines in neurological disease, with special reference to AIDS and Alzheimer's disease.
Proinflammatory cytokine synthesis in the injured mouse spinal cord: multiphasic expression pattern and identification of the cell types involved.
The pathology of human spinal cord injury: defining the problems.
Gene profiling in spinal cord injury shows role of cell cycle in neuronal death.
Acute inflammatory response in spinal cord following impact injury.
Rats and mice exhibit distinct inflammatory reactions after spinal cord injury.
The neuropathological and behavioral consequences of intraspinal microglial/macrophage activation.
Neurologic abnormalities of Lyme disease.
Acute inflammatory responses to mechanical lesions in the CNS: differences between brain and spinal cord.
The stressed CNS: when glucocorticoids aggravate inflammation.
The effects of a non-competitive NMDA receptor antagonist, MK-801, on behavioral hyperalgesia and dorsal horn neuronal activity in rats with unilateral inflammation.
Estrogen attenuated markers of inflammation and decreased lesion volume in acute spinal cord injury in rats.
Human mesenchymal stem cell transplantation extends survival, improves motor performance and decreases neuroinflammation in mouse model of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Gene expression profiling of acute spinal cord injury reveals spreading inflammatory signals and neuron loss.
Pneumococcal meningitis in adults: spectrum of complications and prognostic factors in a series of 87 cases.
Mechanisms and implications of adaptive immune responses after traumatic spinal cord injury.
Different patterns of neurologic involvement with herpes simplex virus types 1 and 2: isolation of herpes simplex virus type 2 from the buffy coat of two adults with meningitis.
CLINICAL AND PATHOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS ON JAMAICAN NEUROPATHY; A REPORT ON 206 CASES.
HSV-mediated transfer of interleukin-10 reduces inflammatory pain through modulation of membrane tumor necrosis factor alpha in spinal cord microglia.
Inflammation in ALS and SMA: sorting out the good from the evil.