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Infiltrating macrophages (mphi) can cause injury or facilitate repair, depending on how they are activated by the microenvironment. Studies in vitro have defined the roles of individual cytokines and(More)
The addition of exogenous oleic acid to erythrocyte membranes induces a characteristic membrane crenation and sensitises the cells to the lytic action of phospholipase A2 enzymes. Both effects are(More)
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