Pericytes, an overlooked player in vascular pathobiology

@inproceedings{FerlandMcCollough2017PericytesAO,
  title={Pericytes, an overlooked player in vascular pathobiology},
  author={David Ferland-McCollough and Sadie C Slater and Jai Richard and Carlotta Reni and Giuseppe Mangialardi},
  booktitle={Pharmacology & therapeutics},
  year={2017}
}
Pericytes are a heterogeneous population of cells located in the blood vessel wall. They were first identified in the 19th century by Rouget, however their biological role and potential for drug targeting have taken time to be recognised. Isolation of pericytes from several different tissues has allowed a better phenotypic and functional characterization. These findings revealed a tissue-specific, multi-functional group of cells with multilineage potential. Given this emerging evidence… CONTINUE READING

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