Immune Modulation and Regulation of Inflammation
To treat chronic inflammation and fibrosis effectively it is necessary to switch off the inflammatory response, facilitate remodelling with a return towards normal tissue architecture and achieve parenchymal repopulation. This research theme addresses the mechanisms that bring about resolution of inflammation as a prerequisite for remodelling fibrosis. Defining critical events and signals initiating inflammation and mediating recruitment of inflammatory and immune cells remains an essential attribute to the research.
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Data set characterising IgM antibody binding to non-apoptotic, apoptotic and permeable murine/human thymocytes and murine erythrocytes. Methodology used consisted of flow cytometry, confocal and electron microscopy. With ...