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Local inflammatory cells are characteristic for advanced multiple sclerosis

ERC-PoC grant for the team of Prof. Eus van Someren

Grant from KNAW-research fund for Verhaagen group

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Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience

Our brain is our most complex and fascinating organ. Our brain is responsible for everything we do, think and experience. What mechanisms lie hidden within those one hundred billion nerve cells, linked by one hundred thousand kilometers of connections? The scientists of the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience are working to answer these questions.

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Huitinga Group

Nina L Fransen, Cheng-Chih Hsiao, Marlijn van der Poel, Hendrik J Engelenburg, Kim Verdaasdonk, Maria C J Vincenten, Ester B M Remmerswaal, Tanja Kuhlmann, Matthew R J Mason, Jörg Hamann, Joost Smolders, Inge Huitinga Tissue-resident memory T cells invade the brain parenchyma in multiple sclerosis white matter lesions Brain (2020) Download

Verhaagen Group

Daniela Carulli, Robin Broersen, Fred de Winter, Elizabeth M Muir, Maja Mešković, Matthijs de Waal, Sharon de Vries, Henk-Jan Boele, Cathrin B Canto, Chris I De Zeeuw, Joost Verhaagen Cerebellar plasticity and associative memories are controlled by perineuronal nets Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 117 (2020) 6855-6865 Download

Keysers Group

Julen Hernandez-Lallement, Augustine Triumph Attah, Efe Soyman, Cindy M Pinhal, Valeria Gazzola, Christian Keysers Harm to Others Acts as a Negative Reinforcer in Rats Current Biology 30 (2020) 949-961.e7 Download

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