What Makes a Successful Pregnancy?

Maternal-Fetal Interactions Explored in Topical Issue of Advances in Neuroimmune Biology

March 21, 2012 - Fertility problems, recurrent miscarriages, and pregnancy complications can occur when maternal immunological tolerance of the fetus is impaired. Gérard Chaouat and colleagues from Inserm et Assistance Publique et Université Paris Sud Orsay, Hopital Antoine Bèclère, Clamart Cedex, France (now in Hopital Saint Louis, Paris), trace the evolution of the science of reproductive immunology to show how the current understanding of maternal-fetal tolerance/dialogue has developed, and its implications for the treatment of infertility disorders. Their study appears in a topical issue of Advances in Neuroimmune Biology on maternal-fetal interactions. More...

March 21, 2012

New hope for treating Alzheimer’s Disease: A Role for the FKBP52 protein

March 21, 2012 - New research in humans published today reveals that the so-called FKBP52 protein may prevent the Tau protein from turning pathogenic. This may prove significant for the development of new Alzheimer’s drugs and for detecting the disease before the onset of clinical symptoms. More...

March 21, 2012

Las diferencias culturales pueden tener un impacto en la rehabilitación neurológica y psiquiátrica en pacientes de habla hispana

Los datos de estas Investigaciones recientes acaban de ser publicados en el número monográfico de la revista NeuroRehabilitation

March 13, 2012 - El número de personas con alteraciones neurológicas y psiquiátricas en países hispanohablantes ha aumentado en las últimas dos décadas. Por tal motivo el número monográfico de febrero de la revista NeuroRehabilitation evalúa aquellos factores importantes que se deben tener en consideración a la hora de proporcionar servicios de rehabilitación a estas personas. More...

March 13, 2012

Cultural Differences May Impact Neurologic and Psychiatric Rehabilitation of Spanish-Speaking Individuals

Recent Research Discussed in Themed Issue of NeuroRehabilitation

March 13, 2012 - The number of people with neurological and psychiatric disorders in Spanish-speaking countries has increased over the past two decades. The February issue of NeuroRehabilitation assesses important factors that should be considered in rehabilitating Spanish-speaking individuals suffering from these disorders. More...

March 13, 2012