Inflammation: cell recruitment versus local proliferation

Laura Helming
Current Biology: CB 2011 July 26, 21 (14): R548-50
Inflammation leads to local accumulation of macrophages. A new study shows that macrophage accumulation in inflammatory reactions dominated by type 2 immune responses is a result of local cell proliferation as opposed to recruitment of monocytes from the blood.

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