Neuroimmunology News

Apr 03, 2020
Patients with Parkinson disease face unique “hidden sorrows” related to COVID-19
Experts discuss potentially grave consequences for patients with Parkinson disease related to social distancing as well as opportunities like new avenues for research and initiatives that may offer positive help and support.
Apr 02, 2020
Rare encephalopathy seen in COVID-19 case
But neurologic complications of the virus are unclear.
Mar 27, 2020
FDA approves ozanimod for multiple sclerosis
Ozanimod is the latest in a series of novel medicines to originate from the laboratories of Scripps Research.
Mar 11, 2020
Diet has an impact on the multiple sclerosis disease course
Study shows the application of propionic acid in addition to multiple sclerosis medication reduces the relapse rate and the risk of disability progression in the long term.
Mar 10, 2020
Fatal overproduction of antibodies
Mutations in plasma cells play a key role in light chain amyloidosis.
Feb 27, 2020
Multi-sensor band quickly and simply records subtle changes in patients with multiple sclerosis
Patients with multiple sclerosis wear the small band on arms or legs, tap fingers or toes, and the resulting combined sensor data can be used to assess disease status and progression.
Feb 24, 2020
Ethnobotanical medicine is effective against the bacterium causing Lyme disease
A preclinical study in test tubes showed that selected plant-based herbal medicines, especially Ghanaian quinine and Japanese knotweed, work better than antibiotics.
Feb 05, 2020
Dietary interventions may slow onset of inflammatory and autoimmune disorders
Significantly reducing dietary levels of the amino acid methionine could slow onset and progression of inflammatory and autoimmune disorders.
Dec 27, 2019
NIH researchers discover new autoinflammatory disease and uncover its biological cause
Mutations in the RIPK1 gene responsible for CRIA syndrome.
Dec 17, 2019
Flashing lights may provide vital first test of multiple sclerosis drug success
Measuring changes in the speed of electrical signals along nerves connecting the eyes to the brain may accurately reflect recovery from myelin loss in multiple sclerosis.
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