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Corpus Callosum Atrophy Correlates with Gray Matter Atrophy in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

Corpus Callosum Atrophy Correlates with Gray Matter Atrophy in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

CONCLUSIONMeasurement of atrophy of the corpus callosum can have sensitivity as a useful imaging biomarker in patients with MS, even in patients with low disability levels. Both gray and white matter involvement in MS contribute to corpus callosum atrophy. (Source: Journal [Read More]

B cells in Multiple Sclerosis: Good or bad guys?: An article for 28 May 2014 – World MS Day 2014.

B cells in Multiple Sclerosis: Good or bad guys?: An article for 28 May 2014 – World MS Day 2014.

Authors: Hoffmann F, Meinl E PMID: 24771624 (Source: European Journal of Immunology) [Read More]

miR-17-92 Cluster Targets PTEN and IKZF4 to Promote TH17 Responses [Gene Regulation]

miR-17-92 Cluster Targets PTEN and IKZF4 to Promote TH17 Responses [Gene Regulation]

The miR-17-92 cluster regulates a broad spectrum of biological processes of T cell immunity. This cluster was found to facilitate T cell proliferation, enhance antitumor activities and promote T cell-dependent antibody responses. However, little is known about the role of [Read More]

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Gut bacteria at young age can contribute to MS disease onset and progression, study suggests

Gut bacteria at young age can contribute to MS disease onset and progression, study suggests

Researchers at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School published a study suggesting that gut bacteria at young age [Read More]

Age and gut bacteria contribute to MS disease progression, according to Rutgers

Age and gut bacteria contribute to MS disease progression, according to Rutgers

(Rutgers University) Gut bacteria at a young age can contribute to multiple sclerosis disease onset and progression. [Read More]

Virtual reality training may be effective alternative to standard therapy after stroke

Virtual reality training may be effective alternative to standard therapy after stroke

Using virtual reality therapy to improve arm and hand movement after a stroke is equally as effective as regular [Read More]

Social care failing people with disabilities, says leading charity

Social care failing people with disabilities, says leading charity

Young people with MS forced to live in care homes for older people Related items fromOnMedica Social care set to eat up [Read More]

World’s Largest MS Research Conference Features Advances in Progressive MS, Myelin Repair, Lifestyle

World’s Largest MS Research Conference Features Advances in Progressive MS, Myelin Repair, Lifestyle

/About-the-Society/News/World’s-Largest-MS-Research-Conference-Features-Ad [Read More]