Editor’s Choice – Volume 19 No 1

Editor’s Choice – Volume 19 No 1

Although the neuroinflammatory response in the central nervous system is initiated to exert protective effects, it may also exert detrimental effects and widespread inflammation through the blood–brain barrier. In addition, microglia has gradually emerged as a key interface between stress-related signals and neuroimmune consequences of stress, with stressors leading to elevated microglial activity. In psychiatric diseases such as mood disorders or schizophrenia, the inflammatory response system is activated. This important topic is reviewed by Norbert Müller in this issue. Accordingly,…

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March 2017 – Vol 19 – No. 1

In this issue

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Deborah Morris-Rosendahl, PhD; César Carvajal, MD


Neuroinflammation: new vistas for neuropsychiatric research
Florence Thibaut, MD, PhD

State of the art

Affective immunology: where emotions and the immune response converge
Fulvio D’Acquisto, MSc, MRes, PhD

Clinical research

In immune defense: redefining the role of the immune system in chronic disease
Katya B. Rubinow, MD; David R. Rubinow, MD

Inflammation: opportunities for treatment stratification among individuals diagnosed with mood disorders
Mehala Subramaniapillai, MSc; Nicole E. Carmona, HBSc; Carola Rong, HBSc; Roger S. McIntyre, MD

Translational research

A multispecies approach for understanding neuroimmune mechanisms of stress
Terrence Deak, PhD; Anastacia Kudinova, MA; Dennis F. Lovelock, MS; Brandon E. Gibb, PhD; Michael B. Hennessy, PhD

Pharmacological aspects

Immunological aspects of the treatment of depression and schizophrenia
Norbert Müller, MD, PhD

Brief report

Clinical and autoimmune features of a patient with autism spectrum disorder seropositive for anti–NMDA-receptor autoantibody
Hélène Gréa, PhD; Isabelle Scheid, MD; Alexandru Gaman, MD; Véronique Rogemond, PhD; Sandy Gillet; Jérôme Honnorat, MD, PhD; Federico Bolognani, MD, PhD; Christian Czech, PhD; Céline Bouquet, PhD; Elie Toledano, PhD; Manuel Bouvard, MD, PhD; Richard Delorme, MD, PhD; Laurent Groc, PhD; Marion Leboyer, MD, PhD

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The potential role of neuroinflammation and transcription factors in Parkinson disease
Prafulla Chandra Tiwari, MPharm; Rishi Pal, PhD, MAMS

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