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Identification of Splenic Reservoir Monocytes and Their Deployment to Inflammatory Sites
Monitoring Monocyte Reservoirs Monocytes are cells of the immune system that are recruited to sites of tissue injury and inflammation where they help to resolve the infection and are important forExpand
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Globalization, social movements, and the new internationalisms
Introduction - beyond Labour internationalism and a socialist utopia history - whatever happened to socialist and proletariat internationalism? reconceptualization - the New Labour internationalismExpand
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Vulnerability assessment of predicted climate change and sea level rise in the Alligator Rivers Region, Northern Territory Australia. Supervising Scientist Report 123
This vulnerability assessment was undertaken using a cause and effect framework (see fig 1). The approach used recognised that climate change and sea level rise needed to be examined in the contextExpand
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Trade Union Internationalism in the Age of Seattle
It is widely recognised within and around the labour movement that labour (as wage work, as class identity, in the trade union form, as a partner in industrial relations, as a radical-democraticExpand
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Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibition Prevents the Release of Monocytes From Their Splenic Reservoir in Mice With Myocardial Infarction
Rationale: Monocytes recruited to ischemic myocardium originate from a reservoir in the spleen, and the release from their splenic niche relies on angiotensin (Ang) II signaling. Objective: BecauseExpand
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Impaired infarct healing in atherosclerotic mice with Ly-6C(hi) monocytosis.
OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to test whether blood monocytosis in mice with atherosclerosis affects infarct healing. BACKGROUND Monocytes are cellular protagonists of tissue repair, andExpand
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Dual Channel Optical Tomographic Imaging of Leukocyte Recruitment and Protease Activity in the Healing Myocardial Infarct
Inflammatory responses after myocardial infarction profoundly impact tissue repair. Yet, efficient tools to serially and noninvasively assess cellular and molecular functions in postinfarctExpand
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Combined magnetic resonance and fluorescence imaging of the living mouse brain reveals glioma response to chemotherapy
Fluorescent molecular tomographic (FMT) imaging can noninvasively monitor molecular function in living animals using specific fluorescent probes. Expand
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Enhanced antitumor efficacy of vasculostatin (Vstat120) expressing oncolytic HSV-1.
Oncolytic viral (OV) therapy is a promising therapeutic modality for brain tumors. Vasculostatin (Vstat120) is the cleaved and secreted extracellular fragment of brain-specific angiogenesis inhibitorExpand
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