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Lab News

02-04-14 Jian and Ching each publish!
Congratulations to Jian for publishing in Frontiers in Neurology and Ching (Zhaoqing) on publishing in JEM!  You can read Jian's paper here and Ching's paper here!
10-10-13 Tony receives a Transformative R01!
Congratulations to Tony for being a 2013 Transformative R01 Award Recipient!  You can read more about it here
09-04-13 Kurt publishes in Neuron!
Congratulations to Kurt for his beautiful paper in Neuron.  It was also featured on Alzforum!
06-10-13 Jinte wins award!
Congratulations to Jinte for winning a (well-paid) Alzheimer's Association Award for Young Scientists. There was a strong competition this year so this is really awesome.
06-05-13 Kira's thesis defense!
Congratulations to Dr. Kira Mosher for reaching this milestone in her bright career!

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    J Exp Med. 2014 Feb 10;211(2):189-98

    Authors: Ding Z, Mathur V, Ho PP, James ML, Lucin KM, Hoehne A, Alabsi H, Gambhir SS, Steinman L, Luo J, Wyss-Coray T

    Abstract
    Aberrant microglial responses contribute to neuroinflammation in many neurodegenerative diseases, but no current therapies target pathogenic microglia. We discovered unexpectedly that the antiviral drug ganciclovir (GCV) inhibits the proliferation of microglia in experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE), a mouse model for multiple sclerosis (MS), as well as in kainic acid-induced excitotoxicity. In EAE, GCV largely prevented infiltration of T lymphocytes into the central nervous system (CNS) and drastically reduced disease incidence and severity when delivered before the onset of disease. In contrast, GCV treatment had minimal effects on peripheral leukocyte distribution in EAE and did not inhibit generation of antibodies after immunization with ovalbumin. Additionally, a radiolabeled analogue of penciclovir, [(18)F]FHBG, which is similar in structure to GCV, was retained in areas of CNS inflammation in EAE, but not in naive control mice, consistent with the observed therapeutic effects. Our experiments suggest GCV may have beneficial effects in the CNS beyond its antiviral properties.

    PMID: 24493798 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]