New paper with Brazilian colleagues

A new paper with colleagues at the Universidade Federal do Pará and the Instituto Federal de Educação Ciência e Tecnologia do Pará– including Cristovam W.P. Diniz, Nara Magalhães, Cristovam Guerreiro Diniz, and others – has just appeared in Frontiers in Immunology.  The paper surveys morpological responses of microglia to immune challenges, using comparative data on rodents, bats, primates, and birds.

Carvalho-Paulo, D., Bento Torres Neto, J., Filho, C. S., de Oliveira, C. G., de Sousa, A. A., dos Reis, R. R., dos Santos, Z. A., de Lima, C. M., de Oliveira, M. A., Said, N. M., Freitas, S. F., Sosthenes, M. C. K., Gomes, G. F., Henrique, E. P., Pereira, P. D. C., de Siqueira, L. S., de Melo, M. A. D., Guerreiro Diniz, C., Magalhães, N. G. d. M., Diniz, J. A. P., Vasconcelos, P. F. d. C., Diniz, D. G., Anthony, D. C., Sherry, D. F., Brites, D. and Picanço Diniz, C. W. (2021). Microglial morphology across distantly related species: phylogenetic, environmental and age influences on microglia reactivity and surveillance states. Frontiers in Immunology, 12. doi: 10.3389/fimmu.2021.683026

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