Neuroimmune crosstalk in the central nervous system and its significance for neurological diseases
Journal of Neuroinflammation, 07/06/2012
Tian L et al. – Accumulating evidence suggests that neurons may also actively participate in immune responses by controlling glial cells and infiltrated T cells. The potential clinical application of this knowledge warrants a deeper understanding of the mutual interactions between neurons and other types of cells during neurological and immunological processes within the central nervous system (CNS), which will help advance diagnosis, prevention, and intervention of various neurological diseases.