Fibronectin fragments containing the RGDS cell-binding domain mediate monocyte migration into the rabbit lung. A potential mechanism for C5 fragment-induced monocyte lung accumulation.

@article{Doherty1990FibronectinFC,
  title={Fibronectin fragments containing the RGDS cell-binding domain mediate monocyte migration into the rabbit lung. A potential mechanism for C5 fragment-induced monocyte lung accumulation.},
  author={Dennis Doherty and Peter M Henson and Richard A F Clark},
  journal={The Journal of clinical investigation},
  year={1990},
  volume={86 4},
  pages={
          1065-75
        }
}
Many inflammatory processes are characterized by an early phase of neutrophil migration and a later phase of monocyte migration into the inflammatory site. Mechanisms that govern the transition between phases are the subject of these investigations. Acute lung inflammation induced by C5 fragments in the rabbit leads to an initial neutrophil influx and plasma leakage into the alveolar space, followed by monocyte influx that we have previously shown to be dependent on prior emigration of… CONTINUE READING

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