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Clues on inflammation in central nervous system uncovered

Posted Oct 22 2010 12:00am
London, Oct 22 : Scientists have found a type of cell that may limit inflammation in the central nervous system (CNS)-and could help in the treatment of  brain  disorders  such as multiple sclerosis.


Barrow''s Fu-Dong Shi of the Barrow Neurological noted natural killer (NK) cells, a type of immune cell that destroys tissue that has been infected by pathogens and malignant cells.While recent research has shed more light on the role of NK cells in other parts of the body, Shi''s research is unveiling important discoveries about how NK cells work in the CNS.


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