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The risk of developing multiple sclerosis later in life may be higher for babies born with low levels of...

Researchers have found a way to harness inflammation with the help of ultraviolet (UV) light, making it possible to design an anti-inflammatory treatment that is more specific and causes fewer...

A recent study published in Nature Communications showed, for the first time, that a protein complex called LUBAC is responsible for controlling the late-stage development of immune T-cells before...

Dr. Rebecca Coll, a young researcher at the University of Queensland Institute of Molecular Bioscience, won the 2016 Research Australia Discovery Award for her work in identifying promising anti-...

Quanterix and UmanDiagnostics are working to advance an assay capable of detecting neuron damage in a blood sample — a tool that could aid in the early...

A specific region of the brain may be responsible for cognitive reserve in patients with multiple sclerosis who have cognitive dysfunction, researchers have reported.

In an imaging study of...

In a cross-sectional study, researchers found that sexual dysfunction in patients with multiple sclerosis is linked to...

Researchers have discovered that glial cells can also participate in pain sensation and enhance it in several disorders, including multiple sclerosis.

The study, “Gliogenic LTP spreads...

Taking a high dose of vitamin D3 is safe for people with multiple sclerosis and may help regulate the body’s hyperactive immune response, according to a pilot study published in the medical...

People with late-onset multiple sclerosis tend to more rapidly rise in disability scores than younger patients with early onset MS, according to a study in MS patients in Kuwait that compared...

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