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Growth control of cultured microglia

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-211598
Ganter, S. ; Northoff, H. ; Männel, Daniela N. ; Gebicke-Härter, P. J.
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Abstract

Microglia, the resident macrophages of the brain, typically react to injuries or chronic diseases with proliferation and expression of differentiated features, such as production of cytokines associated with inflammatory events. Regulation and control of microglial cytokine expression, therefore, is a major focus of scientific interest. It has been shown that GMCSF and Il-3 are potent mitogens ...

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