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1-Jan-2006Using the inflammatory cell infiltrate to estimate the age of human burn wounds: A review and immunohistochemical studyTarran, S; Langlois, NEI; Dziewulski, P; Sztynda, T
1-May-2005Activated protein C prevents inflammation yet stimulates angiogenesis to promote cutaneous wound healingJackson, CJ; Xue, M; Thompson, P; Davey, RA; Whitmont, K; Smith, S; Buisson-Legendre, N; Sztynda, T; Furphy, LJ; Cooper, A; Sambrook, P; March, L
1-Dec-2018Cigarette smoke exposure decreases CFLAR expression in the bronchial epithelium, augmenting susceptibility for lung epithelial cell death and DAMP releaseFaiz, A; Heijink, IH; Vermeulen, CJ; Guryev, V; van den Berge, M; Nawijn, MC; Pouwels, SD
27-Feb-2006Proteases in helminth- and allergen-induced inflammatory responsesDonnelly, S; Dalton, JP; Loukas, A
1-Apr-2015The placental protein syncytin-1 impairs antiviral responses and exaggerates inflammatory responses to influenzaTolosa, JM; Parsons, KS; Hansbro, PM; Smith, R; Wark, PB
1-Jan-2017Effect of long-term maternal smoking on the offspring’s lung healthSukjamnong, S; Chan, YL; Zakarya, R; Saad, S; Sharma, P; Santiyanont, R; Chen, H; Oliver, BG
1-Jan-2019Short-chain fatty acids increase tnfα-induced inflammation in primary human lung mesenchymal cells through the activation of p38 mapkRutting, S; Xenaki, D; Malouf, M; Horvat, JC; Wood, LG; Hansbro, PM; Oliver, BG
1-Jan-2013Treatment implications of the altered cytokine-insulin axis in neurodegenerative diseaseClark, IA; Vissel, B
3-Nov-2018Dietary ω-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid arachidonic acid increases inflammation, but inhibits ECM protein expression in COPDRutting, S; Papanicolaou, M; Xenaki, D; Wood, LG; Mullin, AM; Hansbro, PM; Oliver, BG
19-Mar-2014Endotoxin-induced monocytic microparticles have contrasting effects on endothelial inflammatory responsesWen, B; Combes, V; Bonhoure, A; Weksler, BB; Couraud, PO; Grau, GER
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