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Astrocytes, but Not Microglia, Rapidly Sense H2O2 via STAT6 Phosphorylation, Resulting in Cyclooxygenase-2 Expression and Prostaglandin Release
The Journal of Immunology,

Park SJ et al. – Differences in the sensitivity of STAT6 in astrocytes (highly sensitive) and microglia (insensitive) to phosphorylation following brief exposure to H2O2 suggest that astrocytes can act as sentinels for certain stimuli, including H2O2 and reactive oxygen species (ROS, refining the canonical notion that microglia are the first line of defense against external stimuli.

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