Monocyte subtypes predict clinical course and prognosis in human stroke.

@article{Urra2009MonocyteSP,
  title={Monocyte subtypes predict clinical course and prognosis in human stroke.},
  author={Xabier N Urra and Neus Villamor and S. N{\'u}{\~n}ez Amaro and Manuel Gomez-Choco and V{\'i}ctor Obach and Laura Oleaga and Anna M Planas and {\'A}ngel Chamorro},
  journal={Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism : official journal of the International Society of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism},
  year={2009},
  volume={29 5},
  pages={994-1002}
}
The number of circulating monocytes increases after stroke. In this study, we assessed the time course and phenotype of monocyte subsets and their relationship with the clinical course and outcome in 46 consecutive stroke patients and 13 age-matched controls. The proportion of the most abundant 'classical' CD14(high)CD16- monocytes did not change after stroke, whereas that of CD14(high)CD16+ monocytes increased and CD14(dim)CD16+ monocytes decreased. CD14(high)CD16+ monocytes had the highest… CONTINUE READING
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