Triactome: Neuro–Immune–Adipose Interactions. Implication in Vascular Biology

@inproceedings{Chaldakov2014TriactomeNI,
  title={Triactome: Neuro–Immune–Adipose Interactions. Implication in Vascular Biology},
  author={George Nikov Chaldakov and Marco Fiore and Peter Ivanov Ghenev and Jerzy Bełtowski and Gorana Ž. Ranci{\'c} and Nina Tuncel and Luigi Aloe},
  booktitle={Front. Immunol.},
  year={2014}
}
Understanding how the precise interactions of nerves, immune cells, and adipose tissue account for cardiovascular and metabolic biology is a central aim of biomedical research at present. A long standing paradigm holds that the vascular wall is composed of three concentric tissue coats (tunicae): intima, media, and adventitia. However, large- and medium-sized arteries, where usually atherosclerotic lesions develop, are consistently surrounded by periadventitial adipose tissue (PAAT), we… CONTINUE READING
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