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2017 Junior Faculty Fellowship Awarded to Five Weill Cornell Medicine Researchers

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Left: T and B cells are types of white blood cells that develop from stem cells (progenitor cells) in the bone marrow. When HDL (good cholesterol) containing the protein ApoM (in yellow) binds to the surface of their progenitor cells, it prevents them from proliferating. Right: Mice that lack the ApoM protein on their HDL develop more severe brain inflammation in a mouse model of multiple sclerosis. This inflammation is illustrated by leakage of a red fluorescent dye from blood vessels into the brain. Image

Study Finds Lipid Mediator Associated with Good Cholesterol Promotes More Than Just Good Heart Health

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Toxin-Emitting Bacteria Being Evaluated as a Potential Multiple Sclerosis Trigger

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New Feil Family Brain and Mind Research Institute Established at Weill Cornell Medical College

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Research Building Named in Honor of Longtime Weill Cornell Supporters

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$5 Million Gift Establishes Judith Jaffe Multiple Sclerosis Unit at Weill Cornell Medical College

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