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Research on Psychiatric Disorders Targets Inflammation

Research on Psychiatric Disorders Targets Inflammation News & Analysis Medical News & Perspectives.......p474 Lab Reports ....................................p477 News From the CDC .......................p478 Research on Psychiatric Disorders Statins’ Link to Diabetes Risk Revealed Measles Cases Reach Highest Level Targets Inflammation Since US Elimination in 2000 Small Molecule Treats Heart Arrhythmias in Fish Largest-Ever Ebola Outbreak Still Simmering Industries Where Smokeless Tobacco Use HIV Integration Sites Linked to Viral Persistence in West Africa is Highest Immune Molecules Affect Tuberculosis Outcomes news@JAMA: News From JAMA’s Daily News Site Challenging Rabies Investigation Polio Outbreaks Slow Progress Toward Global Eradication Medical News & Perspectives M. J. Friedrich New York—Activation of the immune sys- contribute to the development of depres- tein (CRP), are the most reliable biomark- tem is the body’s natural reaction to infec- sion,schizophrenia,andautism,insightsthat ers of increased inflammation in patients tion or tissue damage, but when this protec- are leading to novel experimental ap- with depression, said Miller. tive response is prolonged or excessive, it proaches for these and other disorders. Interestingly, there seems to be a spe- can play a role in many chronic illnesses, not cial relationship between inflammation and only of the body, but also of the brain. Cytokines in Depression treatment-resistantdepression(TRD),which “Psychiatric and neurodevelopmental “The notion http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Research on Psychiatric Disorders Targets Inflammation

JAMA , Volume 312 (5) – Aug 6, 2014

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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2014 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.2014.8276
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25054339
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Abstract

News & Analysis Medical News & Perspectives.......p474 Lab Reports ....................................p477 News From the CDC .......................p478 Research on Psychiatric Disorders Statins’ Link to Diabetes Risk Revealed Measles Cases Reach Highest Level Targets Inflammation Since US Elimination in 2000 Small Molecule Treats Heart Arrhythmias in Fish Largest-Ever Ebola Outbreak Still Simmering Industries Where Smokeless Tobacco Use HIV Integration Sites Linked to Viral Persistence in West Africa is Highest Immune Molecules Affect Tuberculosis Outcomes news@JAMA: News From JAMA’s Daily News Site Challenging Rabies Investigation Polio Outbreaks Slow Progress Toward Global Eradication Medical News & Perspectives M. J. Friedrich New York—Activation of the immune sys- contribute to the development of depres- tein (CRP), are the most reliable biomark- tem is the body’s natural reaction to infec- sion,schizophrenia,andautism,insightsthat ers of increased inflammation in patients tion or tissue damage, but when this protec- are leading to novel experimental ap- with depression, said Miller. tive response is prolonged or excessive, it proaches for these and other disorders. Interestingly, there seems to be a spe- can play a role in many chronic illnesses, not cial relationship between inflammation and only of the body, but also of the brain. Cytokines in Depression treatment-resistantdepression(TRD),which “Psychiatric and neurodevelopmental “The notion

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Aug 6, 2014

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