People often suffer from MS (Multiple Sclerosis). However, in the last stage of Multiple Sclerosis, the inflammatory cells don’t enter the brain through the bloodstream.
The local memory cells that are present in the brain produce these cells in the memory. The study shows that during the last phases of MS, the disease tends to occur inside the brain ultimately.
Along with her colleagues, Nina Fransen is the first to discover this impact in the brain, a Scientific Journal. During the initial phases, the neurological symptoms that have a high frequency of severe attacks recover faster.
In the early attacks, the platelets or the white blood cells often migrates into the brain through the bloodstream. Then, it contributes more to inflammation.
Patients who are suffering from advanced MS are likely to face more attacks. Along with this, neuroscientists also see the progress of the disability. Nina said they could see a lot of activity within the brain during the last stages of inflammation. She also termed it to be remarkable.
Researchers are now trying to determine if white blood cells play a crucial role in inflammation processes.
Another professor, IngeHuitinga, shares her views by focusing on a particular characteristic of a white blood cell. She is focusing on the T-Cell and trying to find if the activation of T-Cell causes inflammation.
The discoveries prove the idea that the disease happens inside the brain itself. White blood cells that are present on the outside don’t contribute to the progress of the disease.
The disease causes complications in performing significant functions such as walking, thinking, talking, and many more.
Every individual is affected and impacted by the disease differently. You can predict any symptoms nor cure MS completely.