書名 The blood brain barrier and inflammation / Ruth Lyck, Gaby Enzmann, editors
出版項 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, c2017
book jacket
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 陽明大學書庫區  WL200 B655l 2017    30020101034793  在架上
稽核項 vi, 286 p. : ill. (some color) ; 25 cm
叢書名 Progress in inflammation research
PIR (Series)
內容 General Introduction to Barrier Mechanisms in the Central Nervous System -- Topological Aspects of the Blood-brain and Blood cerebrospinal Fluid Barriers and their Relevance in Inflammation Research -- The Contribution of the Extracellular Matrix to the BBB in Steady State and Inflammatory Conditions -- Pathophysiology of the Bloodbrain Barrier in Neuroinflammatory Diseases -- Leakage at Blood-neural Barriers -- Blood-Brain Barrier Transporters and Neuroinflammation: Partners in Neuroprotection and in Pathology -- MicroRNAs in Brain Endothelium and Inflammation -- Blood-Brain Barrier Dysfunction during Central Nervous System Autoimmune Diseases -- Pathways Across the Blood Brain Barrier -- Neuroinflammation in Bacterial Meningitis -- Blood Vessels in the Brain: a Signaling Hub in Brain Tumor Inflammation
附註 Within the central nervous system (CNS) the constantly changing blood stream is separated from the CNS parenchyma by the blood brain barrier (BBB) restricting passage to selected immune cells. Under pathological conditions, however, viruses, bacteria, parasites and autoaggressive immune cells can penetrate the barrier and contribute to CNS inflammation. The BBB actively contributes to neuroinflammation by presentation of chemokines, expression of cell adhesion molecules and alteration of barrier properties. As such, understanding the role of the BBB under healthy and pathological conditions is essential for the development of new drugs to efficiently combat inflammatory diseases of the CNS. This book presents a comprehensive collection of reviews that focus on the role of the BBB. Experts in the field share their insight on structural, topological and functional properties of the BBB. They elaborate on pathophysiological changes of the inflamed BBB such as permeability, transporter proteins and alterations in microRNAs and cytokine profile. Additional chapters on multiple sclerosis and bacterial meningitis provide in depth information on significant neuroinflammatory diseases. The selection is complemented by a review on the current understanding of the BBB as signaling hub in tumor pathogenesis in the brain
主題 Blood-brain barrier
Inflammation -- Pathophysiology
Blood-Brain Barrier -- physiopathology
Neurogenic Inflammation -- metabolism
Central Nervous System Diseases -- metabolism
Models, Animal
其他作者 Lyck, Ruth, editor
Enzmann, Gaby, editor
國際標準書號 9783319455129 (hbk.) : EUR169.99
9783319455143 (ebk.)