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BioLegend Neuroinflammation

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The central nervous system (CNS) has classically been considered a privileged immune site, due to the blood brain barrier preventing CNS access to most circulating peripheral leukocytes and inflammatory factors. However, a degree of immune surveillance does occur within the meningeal spaces, and recent evidence has emerged that the CNS has its own lymphatic system.

BioLegend’s excellent portfolio allows you to study neural cells, cytokine profiles, and infiltrating inflammatory cells in the CNS.