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Polymeric delivery of inhibitors of smooth muscle cell proliferation
Restenosis, currently estimated to occur in 30-50% of dilated lesions, continues to be a major limitation to the success of current interventional cardiovascular procedures. Presently, no established therapy prevents or ...
Differential roles of adhesion receptors during neutrophil adhesion to endothelial cells under flow conditions
Neutrophil emigration from the vasculature is an essential part of the primary immune response to infections. It is a multi-step process of cell interaction with the endothelium (capture, rolling, arrest and transmigration) ...
Hydrodynamic and molecular dependence of neutrophil-neutrophil adhesion
Homotypic adhesion of neutrophils stimulated with chemoattractant is analogous to capture on vascular endothelium in that both processes depend on L-selectin and $\beta\sb2$-integrin adhesion receptors. Under hydrodynamic ...