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Fibrocytes : new insights into tissue repair and systemic fribrosis

Author: Richard Bucala
Publisher: Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Since the discovery of the circulating fibrocyte in 1994 as a collagen-producing cell of the peripheral blood, the physiologic and pathologic role of this unique cell populaton has grown steadily. This book provides the first comprehensive review of the role of fibrocytes in wound repair, granuloma formation, antigen presentation, scar formation, and various fibrosing disorders such as interstitial lung disease and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Bucala
ISBN: 9812568697 9789812568694
OCLC Number: 71233140
Description: xviii, 249 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Contents: Fibrocytes: discovery of a circulating connective tissue cell progenitor / Richard Bucala --
Fibrocytes: immunologic features / Jason Chesney --
Regulatory pathways for fibrocyte differentiation / Darrell Pilling and Richard H. Gomer --
Hematopoietic origin of fibrocytes / Amanda C. LaRue and Makio Ogawa --
The role of fibrocytes in post-burn hypertrophic scarring / JianFei Wang, Yaujiong Wu, Abelardo Medina, Paul G. Scott and Edward E. Tredget --
Role in asthmatic lung disease / Sabrina Mattoli and Matthias Schmidt --
Fibrocytes and other fibroblast/myofibroblast progenitors in systemic sclerosis / Arnold E. Postlethwaite --
Fibrocytes in interstitial lung disease / Brigitte N. Gomperts and Robert M. Strieter --
Role of fibrocytes in renal fibrosis / Norihiko Sakai, Takashi Wada, Kouji Matsushima and Shuichi Kaneko --
Role of fibrocytes in atherogenesis / Heather Medbury --
Nephrogenic systemic fibrosis: a prototype ribrocyte disease / Cynthia L. Kucher and Shawn E. Cowper --
CD34+ fibrocytes in normal and neoplastic human tissues / Peter J. Barth.
Responsibility: editor, Richard Bucala.

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Since the discovery of the circulating "fibrocyte" in 1994 as a collagen-producing cell of the peripheral blood, the physiologic and pathologic role of this cell has grown steadily. This book gives a  Read more...

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