Rethinking the role of the immune system in multiple sclerosis

In a plenary lecture at the MSVirtual 2020 meeting, Prof Stefan Bittner of the University Medical Center of the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany, outlined the latest research on immunology and multiple sclerosis (MS).

Prof Bittner reviewed 4 key areas of research:

    Role of glial cells:

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