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Myeloid Cells

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  • We also review the evidence supporting a model for a functional LPS receptor of myeloid cells, which is multimeric, comprised of GPI-anchored CD14 and a presently unidentified transmembrane protein that together bind LPS and initiate cell activation via kinase cascades [6].
  • In the three years since its discovery, the pleiotropic cytokine interleukin-10 (IL-10) has been implicated as an important regulator of the functions of lymphoid and myeloid cells [7].
  • An SDF-1 trap for myeloid cells stimulates angiogenesis [8].
  • Together, the data suggest a model for VEGF-programmed adult neovascularization highlighting the essential paracrine role of recruited myeloid cells and a role for SDF1 in their perivascular retention [9].
  • Deleting IKKbeta in myeloid cells, however, results in a significant decrease in tumor size [10].

Chemical compound and disease context of Myeloid Cells


Biological context of Myeloid Cells


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Gene context of Myeloid Cells


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