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RICHMOND, Calif., May 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sangamo BioSciences, Inc.
Migrating cells, it seems, cover their tracks not for fear of being followed, but to keep moving forward.
LMU researchers led by Christian Weber have, for the first time, elucidated how cells that promote the development of atherosclerosis find their way to the blood vessel wall, where they stimulate the formation of obstructive deposits.
Potential new treatment for metastatic colon cancer
The HIV drugs known as CCR5 antagonists may also help prevent aggressive breast cancers from metastasizing.
Scientists have identified a new HIV-suppressing protein in the blood of people infected with the virus. In laboratory studies, the protein, called CXCL4 or PF-4, binds to HIV such that it cannot attach to or enter a human cell.
Give it time, time heals all wounds, these words of wisdom are true when it comes to healing. As healing progresses, the need to grow new blood vessels is critical to providing nutrients and oxygen; however, it takes time to grow these necessary blood vessels.
Wound healing requires complex interactions between cells resident at the damaged site and infiltrating immune cells.
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