Gap junctional communication in tissue inflammation and repair.

Abstract

Local injury induces a complex orchestrated response to stimulate healing of injured tissues, cellular regeneration and phagocytosis. Practically, inflammation is defined as a defense process whereby fluid and white blood cells accumulate at a site of injury. The balance of cytokines, chemokines, and growth factors is likely to play a key role in regulating… (More)

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@article{Chanson2005GapJC, title={Gap junctional communication in tissue inflammation and repair.}, author={Marc Chanson and J C Derouette and Isabelle Roth and Bernard F Foglia and Isabelle Scerri and Tecla S Dudez and Brenda R Kwak}, journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta}, year={2005}, volume={1711 2}, pages={197-207} }