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Hpsc-derived Tissue-resident Macrophage Model Reveals Differential Responses Of Macrophages To Zikv And Deny Infection
Function of microglia and macrophages in secondary damage after spinal cord injury.
Managing inflammation after spinal cord injury through manipulation of macrophage function.
Macrophage cell death upon intracellular bacterial infection.
Multiple organ dysfunction and systemic inflammation after spinal cord injury
Multiple organ dysfunction and systemic inflammation after spinal cord injury
Myelin basic protein induces neuron-specific toxicity by directly damaging the neuronal plasma membrane.
Anti-Inflammatory Mechanism of Neural Stem Cell Transplantation in Spinal Cord Injury.
Bioinformatic analysis reveals the expression of unique transcriptomic signatures in Zika virus infected human neural stem cells
Bioinformatic analysis reveals the expression of unique transcriptomic signatures in Zika virus infected human neural stem cells.
Embryonic Stem Cells Promoting Macrophage Survival and Function are Crucial for Teratoma Development.
Rapid Identification and Characterization of Francisella by Molecular Biology and Other Techniques.
Rescuing macrophage normal function in spinal cord injury with embryonic stem cell conditioned media.
Spinal Microgliosis Due to Resident Microglial Proliferation Is Required for Pain Hypersensitivity after Peripheral Nerve Injury
Sphingolipids in spinal cord injury.
Spinal Microgliosis Due to Resident Microglial Proliferation Is Required for Pain Hypersensitivity after Peripheral Nerve Injury.