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CNS homeostasis and its disruption by microglia and astrocytes

Guest edited by
Tatsusada Okuno, Osaka University, Japan 
Hideyuki Takeuchi, Yokohama City University, Japan

A thematic series in Inflammation and Regeneration.

This series of articles has not been sponsored. All articles have undergone the journal's standard peer review process overseen by the Guest Editor. The Guest Editor declares no competing interests.

  1. Testosterone contributes to male organism development, such as bone density, muscle development, and fat repartition. Estrogen (derived from testosterone) also contributes to female reproductive system develop...

    Authors: Kouminin Kanwore, Konimpo Kanwore, Xiaoxiao Guo, Ying Xia, Han Zhou, Lin Zhang, Gabriel Komla Adzika, Adu-Amankwaah Joseph, Ayanlaja Abdulrahman Abiola, Peipei Mu, Piniel Alphayo Kambey, Marie Louis N’dzie Noah and DianShuai Gao
    Citation: Inflammation and Regeneration 2023 43:49
  2. Recently accumulating evidence identified the disease entity where astrocytes residing within the central nervous system (CNS) are the target of autoantibody-mediated autoimmunity. Aquaporin4 (AQP4) is the mos...

    Authors: Makoto Kinoshita and Tatsusada Okuno
    Citation: Inflammation and Regeneration 2023 43:39
  3. Microglia are resident macrophages in the central nervous system (CNS) that play various roles during brain development and in the pathogenesis of CNS diseases. Recently, reprogramming of cellular energetic me...

    Authors: Shota Yamamoto and Takahiro Masuda
    Citation: Inflammation and Regeneration 2023 43:38