WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT RESEARCHERS IN HUANG LAB AT THE CASE MEDICAL SCHOOL HAVE PUBLISHED AN ARTICLE
“FOCAL TRANSIENT CNS VESSEL LEAK PROVIDES A TISSUE NICHE FOR SEQUENTIAL IMMUNE CELL ACCUMULATION DURING THE ASYMPTOMATIC PHASE OF EAE INDUCTION.”
Two of our Scholarship recipients, Dr. David Askew and Robert Purgert, assisted in the research study and article development.
According to Dr. Alex Huang results of the study help researchers better understand…
Below please find the Bibliography details and the link ( Barkauskas Exp Neurol 2015 ) to the article.
Article title: Focal transient CNS vessel leak provides a tissue niche for sequential immune cell accumulation during the asymptomatic phase of EAE induction
Journal title: Experimental Neurology
Corresponding author: Dr. Alex Yee-Chen Huang
First author: Dr. Deborah S. Barkauskas
Final version published online: 28-FEB-2015
Full bibliographic details: Experimental Neurology (2015), pp. 74-85
DOI information: 10.1016/j.expneurol.2015.02.