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Granulocyte Macrophage

Endogenous Granulocyte Macrophage Colony Stimulating Factor (GMCSF) is released in rheumatoid arthritis patients, who are largely protected from Alzheimer√ʬĬôs disease (AD). Introducing exogenous GMCSF into an AD mouse model reduced amyloid deposition by 55% and restored normal cognition. No published studies have examined exogenous GMCSF and cognitive functioning in humans. Amyloid reduction could result from induced phagocytosis by activated microglia/infiltrating macrophages and neutrophils with macrophages having greater phagocytic ability by induction of MMP-9 from infiltrating macrophages/neutrophils by reduced deposition, or by a combination of these mechanisms. Amyloid reduction could result from induced phagocytosis by activated microglia/infiltrating macrophages and neutrophils with macrophages having greater phagocytic ability by induction of MMP-9 from infiltrating macrophages/neutrophils by reduced deposition, or by a combination of these mechanisms. Heather SL Jim, Granulocyte Macrophage Colony Stimulating Factor Treatment is Associated with Improved Cognition in Cancer Patients
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Last date updated on June, 2014

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