Changes in blood dendritic cell counts in relation to type of coronary artery disease and brachial endothelial cell function.

@article{Vr2010ChangesIB,
  title={Changes in blood dendritic cell counts in relation to type of coronary artery disease and brachial endothelial cell function.},
  author={Emily A. Van Vr{\'e} and Ilse Van Brussel and Ken Op de Beeck and Vicky Y Hoymans and Christiaan J M Vrints and Hidde Bult and Johan M. Bosmans},
  journal={Coronary artery disease},
  year={2010},
  volume={21 2},
  pages={87-96}
}
BACKGROUND Recently we reported a decline of circulating myeloid (m) and plasmacytoid (p) dendritic cells (DCs) in patients with coronary artery disease (CAD). This study also determined the total blood DC numbers and focused on effects of extent (one vs. three-vessel disease) and type (stable vs. unstable) of CAD, and on endothelial cell function. METHODS Patients undergoing diagnostic coronarography were enrolled in four groups: control patients (atypical chest pain, <50% narrowing, n=15… CONTINUE READING

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