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Link: Role of CXCL10 in central nervous system inflammation

The central nervous system (CNS) is a highly complex tissue that is vital for a large number of life-dependent processes. The neurons of the CNS are post-mitotic and cannot be easily replaced or repaired if lost or damaged. The hallmark of neuroinflammation is an influx of leukocytes through the blood–brain barrier or blood–cerebrospinal fluid barrier.

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Copyright © February 2014 | by Daniela Michlmayr, Clive S McKimmie

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