Evolution of the Macrophage CD163 Phenotype and Cytokine Profiles in a Human Model of Resolving Inflammation

@inproceedings{Evans2013EvolutionOT,
  title={Evolution of the Macrophage CD163 Phenotype and Cytokine Profiles in a Human Model of Resolving Inflammation},
  author={Betsy Jane Evans and Dorian O. Haskard and Gregory Sempowksi and Robert Clive Landis},
  booktitle={International journal of inflammation},
  year={2013}
}
Cantharidin skin blisters were examined over two days to model the acute and resolving phases of inflammation in human skin. Four blisters were created by topical administration of cantharidin (0.1% v/v) to the forearm of healthy volunteers, with IRB approval. Duplicate skin blisters were aspirated at 16 and 40 hours to model the proinflammatory and resolving phases, respectively. There was a significant increase in leukocyte infiltrate at 40 h with appearance of a "resolving macrophage… CONTINUE READING
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