Sickle cell anaemia (SCA) is the most frequent genetic haemoglobinopathy, which exhibits a highly variable clinical course characterized by hyper-coagulable and pro-inflammatory states, as well as endothelial dysfunction. Extracellular microvesicles are released into biological fluids and play a role in ...Read More »
New Therapy for MS on Horizon?
SAN DIEGO — Stimulating dendritic cells with interferon-gamma caused them to release exosomes that promoted neuronal myelination in vitro and in live rats, offering a potential therapy for advanced multiple sclerosis, a researcher said here. In the key experiment, intranasal ...Read More »