Monday May 29th 2017

Cerebrospinal fluid detection of interleukin-1beta in phase of remission predicts disease progression in multiple sclerosis

Conclusions: Our results suggest that persistence of a proinflammatory environment in RRMS patients during clinical and radiological remission influences midterm disease progression. Detection of IL-1beta in the CSF at the time of remission appears to be a potential negative prognostic factor in RRMS patients. (Source: Journal of Neuroinflammation)

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Cerebrospinal fluid detection of interleukin-1beta in phase of remission predicts disease progression in multiple sclerosis

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