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Recent developments and complexities in neutrophil transmigration

Recent developments and complexities in neutrophil transmigration,10.1097/MOH.0b013e3283333930,Current Opinion in Hematology,Abigail Woodfin,Mathieu-B

Recent developments and complexities in neutrophil transmigration   (Citations: 14)
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Journal: Current Opinion in Hematology - CURR OPIN HEMATOL , vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 9-17, 2010
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    • ...Neutrophils are key players in the innate immune response and their recruitment from the microvasculature to inflammation sites includes rolling, firm adhesion, and transmigration through the vessel wall [1]...

    Selene Elifio-Espositoet al. Human neutrophil migration and activation by BJcuL, a galactose bindin...

    • ...Endothelial cells play a central role in the proper activation, localization, and extravasation of neutrophils to an area of tissue injury or pathogen invasion [60]...
    • ...Although previous studies predominately focused on the roles of selectins and integrins in the regulation of neutrophil extravasation [60, 61], several recent studies implicate various galectin...

    Juan P. Cerlianiet al. Expanding the Universe of Cytokines and Pattern Recognition Receptors:...

    • ...To migrate from the blood stream to the lung, neutrophils use a specific set of adhesion and chemokine receptors [9-11]...
    • ...During rolling, neutrophils interact with the endothelial cell surface via selectins binding weakly to mucin-like structures bearing specific carbohydrate moieties [9-11]...
    • ...antigen (Mac-1; CD11b/CD18; aMb2) on neutrophils and members of the immunoglobulin superfamily, such as ICAM-1 and ICAM-2 present on endothelial cells [9-12]...
    • ...Cigarette smoke extract induced adhesion of PMNs to fibrinogen is mediated by the activation of Mac-1 Neutrophils migrate from the blood into the extracellular matrix by activating b2-integrins, such as Mac-1 [9,10]...

    Saskia A Overbeeket al. Cigarette smoke induces β 2 -integrin-dependent neutrophil migration a...

    • ... Recent evidence suggests that some of these molecules are involved in the TEM of specific leukocyte subtypes or in response to specific stimul...

    Peter L. Hordijket al. Breaching multiple barriers: leukocyte motility through venular walls ...

    • ...However, emerging evidence suggests that the preferred site of transmigration may be dependent on multiple factors, including the type of inflammatory stimulus, and the vascular architecture [30, 31]...
    • ...The mechanisms that enable passage of leukocytes through this complex matrix are the subject of active investigations, and current knowledge has recently been extensively reviewed [31]...

    Braedon McDonaldet al. Cellular and molecular choreography of neutrophil recruitment to sites...

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