Lymphocyte and granulocyte migration across the endothelial layer of bovine pulmonary artery intimal explants towards lymphocyte conditioned medium.

Abstract

An intravenous infusion of endotoxin into sheep results in accumulation of equal numbers of lymphocytes and granulocytes in the pulmonary microcirculation. The role of the sequestered lymphocytes in acute lung injury is not known. The present study examines whether lymphocyte migration through pulmonary endothelium contributes to endothelial damage and also… (More)

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