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Donor-But Not Recipient-Derived Cells Produce Collagen-1 in Chronically Rejected Cardiac Allografts

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Balam, Saidou ; Buchtler, Simone ; Winter, Frederike ; Schmidbauer, Kathrin ; Neumayer, Sophia ; Talke, Yvonne ; Renner, Kerstin ; Geissler, Edward K. ; Mack, Matthias
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 07 Apr 2022 04:57


Fibrosis is a prominent feature of chronic allograft rejection, caused by an excessive production of matrix proteins, including collagen-1. Several cell types produce collagen-1, including mesenchymal fibroblasts and cells of hematopoietic origin. Here, we sought to determine whether tissue-resident donor-derived cells or allograft-infiltrating recipient-derived cells are responsible for ...


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