Polypropylene mesh implantation for hernia repair causes myeloid cell-driven persistent inflammation

Felix Heymann, Klaus-Thilo von Trotha, Christian Preisinger, Petra Lynen-Jansen, Anjali A. Roeth, Melanie Geiger, Lukas Jonathan Geisler, Lanna Katharina Frank, Joachim Conze, Tom Luedde, Christian Trautwein, Marcel Binneboesel, Ulf P. Neumann, Frank Tacke*

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Original languageEnglish
Article number123862
Number of pages20
JournalJCI INSIGHT
Volume4
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 24 Jan 2019

Keywords

  • FOREIGN-BODY REACTION
  • HOST TISSUE-RESPONSE
  • MACROPHAGE PHENOTYPE
  • LIVER FIBROSIS
  • PORE-SIZE
  • DIFFERENTIATION
  • IMPACT
  • HOMEOSTASIS
  • INTERFACE
  • MIGRATION

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Heymann, F., von Trotha, K-T., Preisinger, C., Lynen-Jansen, P., Roeth, A. A., Geiger, M., Geisler, L. J., Frank, L. K., Conze, J., Luedde, T., Trautwein, C., Binneboesel, M., Neumann, U. P., & Tacke, F. (2019). Polypropylene mesh implantation for hernia repair causes myeloid cell-driven persistent inflammation. JCI INSIGHT, 4(2), [123862]. https://doi.org/10.1172/jci.insight.123862