Matrix crosslinking enhances macrophage adhesion, migration, and inflammatory activation

  • Hsieh J
  • Keating M
  • Smith T
  • et al.
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Abstract

Macrophages are versatile cells of the innate immune system that can adopt a variety of functional phenotypes depending on signals in their environment. In previous work, we found that culture of m...

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Hsieh, J. Y., Keating, M. T., Smith, T. D., Meli, V. S., Botvinick, E. L., & Liu, W. F. (2019). Matrix crosslinking enhances macrophage adhesion, migration, and inflammatory activation. APL Bioengineering, 3(1), 016103. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5067301

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