Interactions between Schwann cells and macrophages in injury and inherited demyelinating disease.

@article{Martini2008InteractionsBS,
  title={Interactions between Schwann cells and macrophages in injury and inherited demyelinating disease.},
  author={Rudolf Martini and Stefan Fischer and Rub{\`e}n L{\'o}pez-Vales and SymonsJ. David},
  journal={Glia},
  year={2008},
  volume={56 14},
  pages={
          1566-77
        }
}
In this article we first discuss the factors that regulate macrophage recruitment, activation, and myelin phagocytosis during Wallerian degeneration and some of the factors involved in the termination of inflammation at the end of the period of Wallerian degeneration after peripheral nerve injuries. In particular, we deal with the early events that trigger chemokine and cytokine expression; the role of phospholipase A(2) in initiating the breakdown of compact myelin, and chemokine, cytokine… CONTINUE READING

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