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12,255 results
  • Cell adhesion molecules and the bronchial epithelium. [Journal Article]
  • ARAm Rev Respir Dis 1993; 148(6 Pt 2):S79-82
  • Roche WR, Montefort S, … Holgate ST
  • The bronchial epithelium is the major barrier between the host and the provoking antigens in bronchial asthma. Recent studies have indicated that the epithelium is a truly stratified structure, with ...
  • Adhesion molecules and cytokine production. [Review]
  • ARAm Rev Respir Dis 1993; 148(6 Pt 2):S70-4
  • Dayer JM, Isler P, Nicod LP
  • The exchange of cross-talks between cells relies on soluble factors or direct cell-cell contact. Soluble factors increase the expression of cell surface molecules that activate adjacent cells by dire...
  • Mechanisms of neutrophil and eosinophil accumulation in vivo. [Review]
  • ARAm Rev Respir Dis 1993; 148(6 Pt 2):S60-4
  • Nourshargh S
  • The accumulation of leukocytes into tissues is a characteristic feature of inflammatory reactions. This process is triggered by chemical signals generated in a tissue in response to an inflammatory s...
  • Adhesion molecules in the lung. An overview. [Review]
  • ARAm Rev Respir Dis 1993; 148(6 Pt 2):S31-7
  • Pilewski JM, Albelda SM
  • Several distinct cell adhesion molecule families have recently been identified and found to be important in the inflammatory response and for epithelial and endothelial homeostasis. The integrin fami...
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