Elevated IL-6 and TNF- levels in patients with ALS: Inflammation or hypoxia?
Abnormal levels of interleukin -6 were described in patients with ALS, related to an inflammatory process
Abnormal levels of interleukin-6 were described in patients with ALS, related to an inflammatory process
The same pattern exists in patients with ALS and controls: the highest levels are found in hypoxic conditions and undetectable levels are found in normoxemic conditions
Elevated IL-6 levels in ALS could correspond to a normal response to hypoxemia
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