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Epigenetic regulation of innate immune memory in microglia

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

Distinct amyloid-beta and tau-associated microglia profiles in Alzheimer's disease

Intrinsic DNA damage repair deficiency results in progressive microglia loss and replacement

Regionally diverse astrocyte subtypes and their heterogeneous response to EAE

Systemic administration of beta-glucan induces immune training in microglia

The effects of postmortem delay on mouse and human microglia gene expression

Transcriptional profiling of macaque microglia reveals an evolutionary preserved gene expression program

Correction: How the COVID-19 pandemic highlights the necessity of animal research (vol 30, pg R1014, 2020)

DNAJB6, a Key Factor in Neuronal Sensitivity to Amyloidogenesis

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