Understanding Local Macrophage Phenotypes In Disease: Shape-shifting macrophages

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Macrophages are responsive to local tissue signals and alter their phenotypes accordingly. In disease tissues this means that macrophage phenotypes may change with disease progression, exacerbating or facilitating the resolution of the pathology.

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Figure 1: The plasticity of macrophages.

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