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Macrophages: From Simple Phagocyte to an Integrative Regulatory Cell for Inflammation and Tissue Regeneration—A Review of the Literature

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Mamilos, Andreas ; Winter, Lina ; Schmitt, Volker H. ; Barsch, Friedrich ; Grevenstein, David ; Wagner, Willi ; Babel, Maximilian ; Keller, Karsten ; Schmitt, Christine ; Gürtler, Florian ; Schreml, Stephan ; Niedermair, Tanja ; Rupp, Markus ; Alt, Volker ; Brochhausen, Christoph
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The understanding of macrophages and their pathophysiological role has dramatically changed within the last decades. Macrophages represent a very interesting cell type with regard to biomaterial-based tissue engineering and regeneration. In this context, macrophages play a crucial role in the biocompatibility and degradation of implanted biomaterials. Furthermore, a better understanding of the ...


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