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Human fetal microglia acquire homeostatic immune-sensing properties early indevelopment

Human Microglia Acquire a More Mature, Homeostatic Phenotype During the Transition of the First and Second Trimester of Gestation.

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

Profiling Microglia From Alzheimer's Disease Donors and Non-demented Elderly in Acute Human Postmortem Cortical Tissue

Regionally diverse astrocyte subtypes and their heterogeneous response to EAE

Isolation and Characterization of Fetal Microglia and Placental Macrophages during First Trimester Human Pregnancy.

Low-Fat Diet With Caloric Restriction Reduces White Matter Microglia Activation During Aging

Frequency of Nuclear Mutant Huntingtin Inclusion Formation in Neurons and Glia is Cell-Type-Specific

Immune hyperreactivity of Aβ plaque-associated microglia in Alzheimer's disease

Isolation of Microglia and Immune Infiltrates from Mouse and Primate Central Nervous System

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