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Apoptosis And Inflammation

J. Winkler
Published 1999 · Medicine

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- Apoptosis in inflammatory cells and diseases.- Signaling cascades of apoptosis.- Influence of arachidonic acid metabolism on cell proliferation and apoptosis.- Apoptosis in the regulation of and function of T and B lymphocytes in inflammation.- Granulocytes.- Hematopoietic cells.- Chondrocyte apoptosis.- Keratinocytes.- Apoptosis in rheumatoid arthritis.- Apoptosis and inflammatory disease: osteoarthritis.- Lupus and lupus-like syndromes.- Psoriasis and apoptosis: A fundamental analysis of the psoriatic phenotype with clinical and therapeutic correlations.- Apoptosis in renal disease.
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