Published in Proteomics Weekly, May 31st, 2004
"Down-regulation of receptors involved in the recognition or transmission of inflammatory signals and a reduced responsiveness support the concept that macrophages are 'desensitized' during their differentiation in the intestinal mucosa. During inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) intestinal macrophages (IMACs) change to a reactive or 'aggressive' type. After having established a method of isolation and purification of IMACs, message for cathepsin D was one of the mRNAs we found to be up-regulated in a subtractive hybridization of Crohn disease (CD) macrophages versus IMACs from control mucosa,"...
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