A new short-term mouse model of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease identifies a role for mast cell tryptase in pathogenesis
- Beckett, Emma L., Stevens, Richard L., Oliver, Brian G., van Rooijen, Nico, Inman, Mark D., Adachi, Roberto, Soberman, Roy J., Hamadi, Sahar, Wark, Peter A., Foster, Paul S., Hansbro, Philip M., Jarnicki, Andrew G., Kim, Richard Y., Hanish, Irwan, Hansbro, Nicole G., Deane, Andrew, Keely, Simon, Horvat, Jay C., Yang, Ming
- Barry, Jessica, Loh, Zhixuan, Mattes, Joerg, Foster, Paul S., Phipps, Simon, Collison, Adam, Mazzone, Stuart, Lalwani, Amit, Zhang, Vivian, Davidson, Sophia, Wybacz, Elisha, Garlanda, Cecilia, Mantovani, Alberto
Activation of olfactory receptors on mouse pulmonary macrophages promotes monocyte chemotactic protein-1 production
- Liu, Gang, Cooley, Marion A., Tay, Hock, Foster, Paul S., Wark, Peter A., Horvat, Jay C., Bourke, Jane E., Grainge, Chris L., Argraves, W. Scott, Oliver, Brian G., Knight, Darryl A., Burgess, Janette K., Nair, Prema M., Hansbro, Philip M., Donovan, Chantal, Hsu, Alan C., Jarnicki, Andrew G., Haw, Tatt Jhong, Hansbro, Nicole G., Ge, Qi, Brown, Alexandra C.
Altered expression of microRNA in the airway wall in chronic asthma: miR-126 as a potential therapeutic target
An alternate STAT6-independent pathway promotes eosinophil influx into blood during allergic airway inflammation
Antagonism of miR-328 increases the antimicrobial function of macrophages and neutrophils and rapid clearance of non-typeable Haemophilus Influenzae (NTHi) from infected lung
Are mouse models of asthma appropriate for investigating the pathogenesis of airway hyper-responsiveness?
Bromodomain and extra terminal (BET) inhibitor suppresses macrophage-driven steroid-resistant exacerbations of airway hyper-responsiveness and inflammation
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