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Prevention of microgliosis halts early memory loss in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease

An emerging role for microglia in stress-effects on memory

Brain macrophages acquire distinct transcriptomes in multiple sclerosis lesions and normal appearing white matter

Characterizing microglial gene expression in a model of secondary progressive multiple sclerosis

Distinct gene expression in demyelinated white and grey matter areas of patients with multiple sclerosis

Early-life stress lastingly impacts microglial transcriptome and function under basal and immune-challenged conditions

Epigenetic regulation of innate immune memory in microglia

Microglia states and nomenclature: A field at its crossroads

Natural language processing and modeling of clinical disease trajectories across brain disorders

Neurovascular dysfunction in GRN-associated frontotemporal dementia identified by single-nucleus RNA sequencing of human cerebral cortex

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