Published in Lab Law Weekly, June 25th, 2004
"Surgical adhesions are a common and often severe complication of abdominal or pelvic injury that cause pelvic pain, bowel obstruction, and infertility in women. Current treatments are of limited effectiveness because little is known about the cellular and subcellular processes underlying adhesiogenesis," wrote M.A. Holsti and colleagues, Channing Laboratories, Boston, Massachusetts.
"Recently, we showed that Th1 alphabeta CD4+ T cells mediate the pathogenesis of adhesion formation in a rodent...
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