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Absence of CCR5 increases neutrophil recruitment in severe herpetic encephalitis
Vilela, MC; Lima, GK; Rodrigues, DH; Lacerda-Queiroz, N; Pedroso, VSP; Miranda, AS; Rachid, MA; Kroon, EG; Campos, MA; Teixeira, MM; Sellner, J; Teixeira, AL
BMC NEUROSCI. 2013; 14: 19
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Sellner Johann

Abstract

The neuroinflammatory response aimed at clearance of herpes simplex virus-1 (HSV-1) plays a key role in the pathogenesis of neuroaxonal damage in herpetic encephalitis. Leukocytes activated in an adaptive immune response access brain tissue by passing through the blood-brain barrier. The chemokine CCL5/RANTES is involved in recruitment of these cells to the brain acting via the receptors CCR1, CCR3 and mainly CCR5. Here, we evaluated the role of CCR5 on traffic of leukocytes in the brain microvasculature, cellular and cytokines profile in a severe form of herpetic encephalitis.


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