Artikel fra ScienceDaily 23.02.2023 Fractalkine appears to trigger repair of brain damage caused by the disease. Date: February 1, 2023 Source: University of Alberta Summary: A researcher is one step closer to demonstrating the potential of a brain molecule called fractalkine to halt and even reverse the effects of multiple sclerosis and other neurodegenerative diseases.
Nyheder fra den store verden. Artikel fra News Medical Life SciencesUniversity of Virginia School of Medicine – February 16, 2023Neuroscientists discover new way to disrupt chronic inflammation responsible for multiple sclerosis UVA Health neuroscientists have discovered a potential way to disrupt the chronic inflammation responsible for multiple sclerosis. UVA’s new study identifies a vital contributor
Nyheder fra den store verden. Artikel fra Sciens Daiky American Academy of Neurology – 21 December 2022Stem cell transplants may delay disability longer than some MS medications While most people with MS are first diagnosed with relapsing-remitting MS, marked by symptom flare-ups followed by periods of remission, many people with relapsing-remitting MS eventually transition to
Artikel fra Medical-News Dangers of recreational/medical cannabis useOct 26 2022By Dr. Liji Thomas, MDReviewed by Benedette Cuffari, M.Sc. According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, cannabis is the most frequently used illicit drug in the world. While cannabis is being increasingly used as a recreational drug, in addition to its medical use
Researchers develop new method to calculate the delay of signal propagations in brains of MS patients
Artikel fra Medical-News Researchers of the Human Brain Project have developed a new methodology to calculate the delay of signal propagations in brains of patients suffering from multiple sclerosis, a chronic inflammatory disease that affects more than 2 million people worldwide. The results have been published in the Journal of Neuroscience by researchers at the
Simple sugar could play a key role in the development of progressive MS Multiple sclerosis, or MS for short, manifests itself slightly differently in each person – which is why some call it “the disease of a thousand faces.” Arguably the worst manifestation of MS is its chronic progressive form. Unlike the more common relapsing-remitting
MS symptoms often appear long before the diagnosis, study finds Years before they are diagnosed, persons with multiple sclerosis (MS) make significantly more visits to doctors and hospitals than others. Specialists have recently discussed whether this might represent a preliminary phase of MS – known as a prodrome. A research team at the Technical University
Tag team gut bacteria worsen symptoms of MS.
Researchers have discovered that a particular combination of microorganisms in the gut can worsen symptoms in a mouse model of multiple sclerosis.