Tag Archives: autoantibodies
This is the paper showing probiotic therapy works in the mouse model of an autism risk factor.
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At the PANDAS meeting last week in Irvine, my Swedish publisher, Gunilla Gerland of Pauvus Utbildning, told me about 2 new articles on Toxoplasma gondii infection, which are of interest in light of the discussion in Chap. 5 of my … Continue reading
Moises Velasquez-Manoff, the author of last Sunday’s NYT article on immune-autism connections has just posted a list of references that he used to put the article together. I think he does a good job in citing relevant work. Of course, … Continue reading
I’ll be answering questions and discussing the NYT article on immune involvement in autism tomorrow, 8/29, 3pm EDT: https://www.facebook.com/autismspeaks?ref=stream&sk=app_226961267321617 So it turned out than an hour was no where near long enough to answer all the questions. Therefore, I’ll attempt to … Continue reading
Whipworm intestinal parasite also helpful in human trials of Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and in diabetic mice – what about autism?
I was just contacted by Karin Hehenberger to join the Scientific Advisory Board of her company, Coronado Biosciences. This company is studying the effects of adminstering non-pathogenic whipworm ova (Trichuris suis; TSO) in a number of autoimmune diseases. They are … Continue reading
In a post on 4/6/12, I reviewed a paper by Zhang et al. that provided evidence that anti-streptococcus antibodies can penetrate into the brain and possibly excite neurons in areas relevant for behaviors relevant for PANDAS and OCD. The authors … Continue reading
Last year, Brian Miller and colleagues at the Georgia Health Sciences University reported a meta-analysis of cytokine alterations in the serum of schizophrenia (Sz) subjects. This type of study synthesizes findings from many papers in the literature, in this case … Continue reading