activated by pyrogens produce cytokines which are detected in an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA).
1) entitled "Endothelial progenitor cells (CD34+KDR+) and monocytes
may provide the development of good coronary collaterals despite the vascular risk factors and extensive atherosclerosis.
collected from the healthy voluntary donors were utilized in this study.
We used 11 monoclonal antibodies to label monocyte
and platelet markers: phycoerythrin-cyanin 5.
Swirski said that approach might be better than targeting circulating monocytes
, since interrupting disease-causing processes within plaques could spare other beneficial immune responses that monocytes
The antithrombotic properties of these sulphated flavonoids and the assumption that FT inhibition could be a new and attractive target for the treatment of thrombosis, encouraged us to examine whether these compounds (ATS and QTS) affect the expression of TF induced by LPS on human monocyte
EFFECT OF LPS ON MONOCYTE
TF mRNA EXPRESSION AND MCP-1 mRNA AND PROTEIN EXPRESSION
To remove any residual monocytes
, cells were incubated in leukocyte culture medium for 1 hr in plastic tissue culture flasks (Costar) at 37[degrees]C in a humidified atmosphere of 10% C[O.
Flow cytometric analysis of the subsequent peripheral blood smears revealed an increased white blood cell count (19 200/ [micro]L), with 7% of cells within the lymphocyte region, 59% within the monocyte
region, and 34% within the granulocyte region.
In a study titled "Therapeutic siRNA silencing in inflammatory monocytes
in mice," (Leuschner et al.
Here we propose to study the generation of intestinal macrophages (MFs) as a paradigm, taking advantage of a unique experimental system to elucidate in vivo monocyte
Berry will be further characterizing these changes in the monocyte
populations in peripheral blood taken from patients over the course of their disease.