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Natural killers in the brain’s nursery

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A previously unknown mechanism contributes to dysfunction of the neurogenic niche during CNS autoimmunity. Natural killer cells are retained specifically in the subventricular zone in chronic disease, killing stem cells and promoting pathology.

Sachin P Gadani & Jonathan Kipnis
Nature Neuroscience; January 2016

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