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Re-evaluating tendon disease: an emerging role for inflammation and alarmins

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The importance of inflammation in the pathogenesis of tendon disease (TD) is a subject of ongoing debate. During the past two decades, TD has been principally characterized as a degenerative process devoid of inflammation. This pathological paradigm may disregard a complex role for inflammation in TD, barring inflammatory cells, mediators, and pathways on the basis that an 'inflammatory infiltrate' is absent in diseased tendons. Improved understanding of inflammation’s cellular and molecul...

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MSD
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MSc by Research
Level of award:
Masters
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University of Oxford
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2018-02-23

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