If a subsequent edition is cited, the number should be given.Abbreviate “New revised edition” as “New rev ed”; “Revised edition” as “Rev ed; “American edition” as “American ed”; and British edition” as “British ed.” References to bulletins published by departments or agencies of a government should include the following information, in the order indicated: (1) name of author (if given); (2) title of bulletin; (3) place of publication; (4) name of issuing bureau, agency, department, or other governmental division (note that in this position, Department should be abbreviated Dept; also note that if an author supplies US Government Printing Office as the publisher, it would be preferable to obtain the name of the issuing bureau, agency, or department, if possible); (5) date of publication; (6) page numbers, if specified; (7) publication number, if any; and (8) series number if given. References to theses should include the location of the university (or other institution), its name, and year of completion of thesis.They identified 20 genes that were active at different levels in vulnerable female brain regions. Among the remaining genes, the increased activity of S1PR2 stood out because researchers knew from previous studies that the protein regulates how easy it is for cells and molecules to pass through the walls of blood vessels.
"When we looked at its function in mice, we found that it can determine whether immune cells cross blood vessels into the brain.
These cells cause the inflammation that leads to MS." An investigational MS drug currently in clinical trials blocks other receptors in the same protein family but does not affect S1PR2.
When the researchers tested brain tissue samples obtained from 20 patients after death, they found more S1PR2 in MS patients' brains than in people without the disorder.
Brain tissue from females also had higher levels of S1PR2 than male brain tissue.
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Cavit Boz | Murat Terzi | Bilge Özer | Recai Turkoglu | Rana Karabudak | Hüsnü Efendi | Aysun Soysal | Serhan Sevim | Ayse Altintas | Asli Kurne | Aylin Akçalı | Gülsen Akman | Nur Yüceyar | Belgin Petek Balcı | Özgul Ekmekci | Serap Zengin Karahan | Meltem Demirkıran | Burcu Altunrende | Ömer Faruk Turan | Gökçen GözübatıkÇelik | Nilüfer Kale | Mesrure Köseoğlu | Serkan Ozakbas Hyun-June Shin | Jae-Won Hyun | Su-Hyun Kim | Min Su Park | Eun Hee Sohn | Seol-Hee Baek | Byung-Jo Kim | Kyomin Choi | Jeeyoung Oh | Joong-Yang Cho | Ohyun Kwon | Woojun Kim | Jee-Eun Kim | Ju-Hong Min | Byoung Joon Kim | Sun-Young Oh | Jong Seok Bae | Kee Hong Park | Jung-Hwan Oh | Sung-Yeon Sohn | Myoung-Jin Jang | Jung-Joon Sung | Ho Jin Kim | Sung-Min Kim D. Artemiadis | Christos Bakirtzis | Katerina Zekiou | Timotheos-Stefanos Papadopoulos | Ioannis Diakogiannis | Georgios Hadjigeorgiou | Nikolaos Grigoriadis | Anastasios Orologas Robert H. Tzartos | Georgios Velonakis | Maria Eleftheria Evangelopoulos | Dimitrios Tzanetakos | Katerina Karagiorgou | Georgia Angelopoulou | Dimitrios Kasselimis | Constantin Potagas | Maria Anagnostouli | Leonidas Stefanis | Constantinos Kilidireas Parthena Ifantopoulou | Artemios K. This barrier normally blocks potentially harmful substances from entering the brain.Opening it up likely allows the inflammatory cells that cause MS to get into the central nervous system. Buchpiguel | Daniele de Paula Faria Dimitrios Rikos | Vasileios Siokas | Athina-Maria Aloizou | Zisis Tsouris | Paraskevi Aslanidou | Georgios Koutsis | Maria Anagnostouli | Dimitrios P.A newly identified difference between the brains of women and men with multiple sclerosis (MS) may help explain why so many more women than men get the disease, researchers report.as in example 3 below - see the List of Journals Indexed in Index Medicus). The year of the publication is followed by a semicolon; the volume number and the issue number (in parentheses) are followed by a colon; the initial page number, a hyphen, and the final page number, followed by a period, are set without spaces.When referring to an entire book, not pages or specific sections, use the following format: References should include the last name and first and middle initials of the author(s), italicized title case format for all titles (capitalize all words except prepositions such as Chapters from books should be capitalized in the same format as journal articles (sentence case format) and should not use quotation marks.This leads the branches to malfunction and sometimes causes them to wither away, disrupting nerve cell communication necessary for normal brain functions like movement and coordination.For the new research, Klein studied a mouse model of MS in which the females get the disease more often than the males.