Innate Inflammation and Stroke

  • ID: 2178948
  • Book
  • 170 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This volume features contributions from both researchers and clinicians on innate inflammation in the central nervous system. The focus of the volume is on molecular and cellular mechanisms that are altered by innate inflammation and the translation to cerebrovascular risk.  Also included are examinations of animal studies reflecting the pathophysiological consequences following acute or chronic ischemia with the reference to time course and level of innate inflammation as well as formation of reactive oxygen species of different kind.

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Wolfgang Eisert
Gregory J. del Zoppo
Philip B. Gorelick
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