Lung Pericytes and Resident Fibroblasts: Busy Multitaskers.

@article{Barron2016LungPA,
  title={Lung Pericytes and Resident Fibroblasts: Busy Multitaskers.},
  author={Luke Barron and Sina A Gharib and Jeremy S. Duffield},
  journal={The American journal of pathology},
  year={2016},
  volume={186 10},
  pages={
          2519-31
        }
}
Pericytes, resident fibroblasts, and mesenchymal stem cells are poorly described cell populations. They have recently been characterized in much greater detail in rodent lungs and have been shown to play important roles in development, homeostasis, response to injury and pathogens, as well as recovery from damage. These closely related mesenchymal cell populations form extensive connections to the lung's internal structure, as well as its internal and external surfaces. They generate and… CONTINUE READING
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