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Intestinal flora and its pathogenic mechanism in multiple sclerosis
Medical Journal of Chinese People's Liberation Army
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune demyelinating disease of the central nervous system, the exact pathogenesis of MS is not clear at the moment. Central immune response disorder is one of the important mechanism of MS. Intestinal flora imbalance may induce local immune response, and later peripheral activated immune cells and their immune factors, with the blood circulation, travel through the blood-brain barrier to the center, resulting in abnormal central immune response. The intestinaldoaj:052d8e42021e494a8127f899df9d8684 fatcat:ylatxzgj5zhyfk6zdinwgjkby4