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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

Epigenetic regulation of innate immune memory in microglia

Microglia states and nomenclature: A field at its crossroads

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

Single-nucleus RNA sequencing of midbrain blood-brain barrier cells in schizophrenia reveals subtle transcriptional changes with overall preservation of cellular proportions and phenotypes

Transcriptomic and epigenomic landscapes of Alzheimer's disease evidence mitochondrial-related pathways

Transcriptomic changes in autophagy-related genes are inversely correlated with inflammation and are associated with multiple sclerosis lesion pathology

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