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  • Triple-threat quantitative multiplexed plasma proteomics analysis on immune complex disease MRL-lpr mice
    Systemic lupus erythematosus is a common autoimmune inflammatory disease which is associated with increases in autoantibodies and immune complexes that deposit in the kidney. The MRL-lpr mouse is a common mouse model used for the study of lupus and immune complex glomerulonephritis but very little is known about the plasma… Read more »
  • Management of Coexisting Bullous Pemphigoid and Psoriasis: A Review
    Psoriasis in an immune-mediated inflammatory disease and is associated with increased risk of various comorbidities, especially autoimmune bullous diseases. However, the optimal management of coexisting psoriasis and bullous pemphigoid (BP) is not known. A systematic search revealed 64 articles, including 84 patients with such cases. For those with mild BP… Read more »
  • Total astragalosides promote oligodendrocyte precursor cell differentiation and enhance remyelination in cuprizone-induced mice through suppression of Wnt/β-catenin signaling pathway
    CONCLUSIONS: Taken together, we clarified that TA could effectively enhance the differentiation and maturation of OPCs and accelerate remyelination in CPZ-induced mice through inhibition of Wnt/β-catenin signaling pathway. This study provides new insight into the beneficial effect of TA in the treatment of MS. Read more »
  • Infection and speech: Disfluency and other speech symptoms in Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome
    CONCLUSIONS: A connection between PANS and PANDAS and speech disfluency is supported, and a possible link between infection and disfluency is reactualized. Reported disfluency shares several characteristics with stuttering and cluttering, but the caregivers did not consistently associate it with stuttering. The present study also sheds new light on how… Read more »
  • The exposome in rheumatoid arthritis
    The exposome integrates the variety and accumulation of exposures (external and internal) to which an individual is submitted to from conception to death. Exposome may therefore be a useful tool for understanding the diversity of these factors and their role in the pathophysiology of rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Life is perceived… Read more »
  • Pros and cons of NRF2 activation as adjunctive therapy in rheumatoid arthritis
    Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease with an important inflammatory component accompanied by deregulated redox-dependent signaling pathways that are feeding back into inflammation. In this context, we bring into focus the transcription factor NRF2, a master redox regulator that exerts exquisite antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. The review does not… Read more »
  • Neuropathology of the temporal lobe
    Neuropathological examination of the temporal lobe provides a better understanding and management of a wide spectrum of diseases. We focused on inflammatory diseases, epilepsy, and neurodegenerative diseases, and highlighted how the temporal lobe is particularly involved in those conditions. Although all these diseases are not specific or restricted to the… Read more »
  • Limbic encephalitis
    Limbic encephalitis (LE) is a clinical syndrome defined by subacutely evolving limbic signs and symptoms with structural and functional evidence of mediotemporal damage in the absence of a better explanation than an autoimmune (or paraneoplastic) cause. There are features common to all forms of LE. In recent years, antibody(ab)-defined subtypes… Read more »
  • NF-κB: blending metabolism, immunity, and inflammation
    The procurement and management of nutrients and ability to fight infections are fundamental requirements for survival. These defense responses are bioenergetically costly, requiring the immune system to balance protection against pathogens with the need to maintain metabolic homeostasis. NF-κB transcription factors are central regulators of immunity and inflammation. Over the… Read more »
  • COVAD survey 2 long-term outcomes: unmet need and protocol
    Vaccine hesitancy is considered a major barrier to achieving herd immunity against COVID-19. While multiple alternative and synergistic approaches including heterologous vaccination, booster doses, and antiviral drugs have been developed, equitable vaccine uptake remains the foremost strategy to manage pandemic. Although none of the currently approved vaccines are live-attenuated, several… Read more »

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