CD4(+) T-Lymphocytes Regulate Airway Remodeling and Hyper-Reactivity in a Mouse Model of Chronic Asthma
Asthma is an acute-on-chronic inflammatory disease of the airways, characterized by airflow obstruction and hyper-reactivity of the airways to a variety of stimuli. Chronic asthma is associated with remodeling of the airway wall, which may contribute to hyper-reactivity and fixed airflow obstruction. We used an improved mouse model of chronic asthma to investigate the role of CD4+ T-lymphocytes in airway remodeling and hyper-reactivity. Animals functionally depleted of CD4+ T-lymphocytes by...[Show more]
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