Four new risk genes associated with multiple sclerosis discoveredScientists have identified four new risk genes that are altered in patients with multiple sclerosis. The results point to a possible involvement of cellular mechanisms in...
Researchers lay foundation for innovative treatment of multiple sclerosisInhibition of the protein kinase CK2 prevents the development of auto-aggressive T cells, say multiple sclerosis researchers. Multiple sclerosis is the most common chronic inflammatory disease...
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Behavioral approach reduces cognitive fatigue in multiple sclerosis, study showsMultiple sclerosis researchers describe a new nonpharmacological approach to reducing cognitive fatigue in MS. Using functional neuroimaging, they showed the prospect of monetary reward stimulates...
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