Corpus ID: 74887568

Роль субпопуляций дендритных клеток в патогенезе ревматоидного артрита

@inproceedings{2014,
  title={Роль субпопуляций дендритных клеток в патогенезе ревматоидного артрита},
  author={С. А. Фалалеева and В. В. Курилин and Н. С. Шкаруба and А. А. Альшевская and С. В. Сенников},
  year={2014}
}
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic autoimmune disease with antigen presenting cells and in particular dendritic cells playing a key role in its pathogenesis. Myeloid (MDC) and plasmacytoid (MPC) dendritic cells participate in the development of RA and the DC involved in the pathogenesis have different maturity, phenotypic and functional characteristics. Regardless of dendritic cells source localization in peripheral blood, synovial fluid or synovial membrane, they forme both local and… Expand