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Glucocorticoid receptor haplotypes conferring increased sensitivity (Bcll and N363S) are associated with faster progression of multiple sclerosis. / Melief, J.; Koper, J.W.; Endert, E.; Moller, H.; Hamann, J.; Uitdehaag, B.M.; Huitinga, I.

In: Journal of Neuroimmunology, Vol. 299, 01.10.2016, p. 84-89.

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Melief, J. ; Koper, J.W. ; Endert, E. ; Moller, H. ; Hamann, J. ; Uitdehaag, B.M. ; Huitinga, I. / Glucocorticoid receptor haplotypes conferring increased sensitivity (Bcll and N363S) are associated with faster progression of multiple sclerosis. In: Journal of Neuroimmunology. 2016 ; Vol. 299. pp. 84-89.

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title = "Glucocorticoid receptor haplotypes conferring increased sensitivity (Bcll and N363S) are associated with faster progression of multiple sclerosis.",
abstract = "As high cortisol levels are implicated in suppressed disease activity of multiple sclerosis (MS), glucocorticoid receptor (GR) polymorphisms that affect glucocorticoid (GC) sensitivity may impact on this by changing local immunomodulation or regulation of the hypothalamus–pituitary–adrenal (HPA)-axis. In this post-mortem study, we investigated whether GR haplotypes affect MS disease course and production of cortisol and soluble CD163 (sCD163), a molecule induced by GC on microglia/macrophages. We found that GR haplotypes that confer high GC sensitivity are associated with more aggressive MS but do not affect levels of cortisol secreted by the HPA-axis or shedding of CD163.",
author = "J. Melief and J.W. Koper and E. Endert and H. Moller and J. Hamann and B.M. Uitdehaag and I. Huitinga",
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T1 - Glucocorticoid receptor haplotypes conferring increased sensitivity (Bcll and N363S) are associated with faster progression of multiple sclerosis.

AU - Melief, J.

AU - Koper, J.W.

AU - Endert, E.

AU - Moller, H.

AU - Hamann, J.

AU - Uitdehaag, B.M.

AU - Huitinga, I.

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N2 - As high cortisol levels are implicated in suppressed disease activity of multiple sclerosis (MS), glucocorticoid receptor (GR) polymorphisms that affect glucocorticoid (GC) sensitivity may impact on this by changing local immunomodulation or regulation of the hypothalamus–pituitary–adrenal (HPA)-axis. In this post-mortem study, we investigated whether GR haplotypes affect MS disease course and production of cortisol and soluble CD163 (sCD163), a molecule induced by GC on microglia/macrophages. We found that GR haplotypes that confer high GC sensitivity are associated with more aggressive MS but do not affect levels of cortisol secreted by the HPA-axis or shedding of CD163.

AB - As high cortisol levels are implicated in suppressed disease activity of multiple sclerosis (MS), glucocorticoid receptor (GR) polymorphisms that affect glucocorticoid (GC) sensitivity may impact on this by changing local immunomodulation or regulation of the hypothalamus–pituitary–adrenal (HPA)-axis. In this post-mortem study, we investigated whether GR haplotypes affect MS disease course and production of cortisol and soluble CD163 (sCD163), a molecule induced by GC on microglia/macrophages. We found that GR haplotypes that confer high GC sensitivity are associated with more aggressive MS but do not affect levels of cortisol secreted by the HPA-axis or shedding of CD163.

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JO - Journal of Neuroimmunology

JF - Journal of Neuroimmunology

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