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  • Journal of Neuroinflammation (2015) 12:163 DOI /s JOURNAL OF NEUROINFLAMMATION RESEARCH Behavioural and neurobiological consequences of macrophage migration inhibitory factor gene deletion in mice Open Access Cecilie Bay-Richter 1*, Shorena Janelidze 2, Analise Sauro 3, Richard Bucala 4, Jack Lipton 5, Tomas Deierborg 6 and Lena Brundin 3,7 Abstract Background: Evidence from clinical studies and animal models show that inflammation can lead to the development of depression. (docplayer.net)
  • After an intraperitoneal injection of rIFN-gamma into CBA/J mice, their peritoneal macrophages released enhanced amounts of NO2- and inhibited the intracellular proliferation of Toxoplasma gondii. (mysciencework.com)
  • Together, the results of the present study are the first to demonstrate that endogenous TNF-alpha is required in vivo for the expression of macrophage activation with respect to the release of reactive nitrogen intermediates and toxoplasmastatic activity and for enhanced listericidal activity in the livers and spleens of mice stimulated with rIFN-gamma. (mysciencework.com)