Medication sclerosis treatment with antihypertensive drugresearchers in Heidelberg and Stanford have discovered a new signaling pathway of brain cells, how widespread antihypertensive drugs could keep inflammation in multiple sclerosis in chess, says. The peptide angiotensin not only raises blood pressure but also activates the immunological messenger substance TGF beta on a previously unknown communication in the brain. The study was carried out by Professor Lawrence Steinman of Stanford University in California , along with the group of Professor boards and published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.
Investigators recruited 1,000 pregnant women in the first trimester of pregnancy for the study as part of a larger project of routine thyroid screening in early pregnancy. Then the concentration of the thyroid function with the TSA test.Liu has a recipient of Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fellowship Burroughs Wellcome Fund. Career Award from of this study was also carried aid from the National Institutes of Health and of the Edward Mallinckrodt finances, Nizet Foundation.