Resident macrophages in the cochlear blood-labyrinth barrier and their renewal via migration of bone-marrow-derived cells

@article{Shi2010ResidentMI,
  title={Resident macrophages in the cochlear blood-labyrinth barrier and their renewal via migration of bone-marrow-derived cells},
  author={Xiaorui Shi},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={342},
  pages={21-30}
}
A large population of perivascular cells was found to be present in the area of the blood-labyrinth barrier in the stria vascularis of normal adult cochlea. The cells were identified as perivascular resident macrophages (PVMs), as they were positive for several macrophage surface molecules including F4/80, CD68, and CD11b. The macrophages, which were closely associated with microvessels and structurally intertwined with endothelial cells and pericytes, constitutively expressed scavenger… CONTINUE READING
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