Despite increased information on the importance of an inappropriate inflammatory response in the acute Charcot process, there has been no previous attempt to define the specific pathways that mediate its pathogenesis. Here, the role played by monocytes was analyzed.

Uccioli, L., Sinistro, A., Almerighi, C., Ciaprini, C., Cavazza, A., Giurato, L., et al. (2010). Proinflammatory modulation of the surface and cytokine phenotype of monocytes in patients with acute Charcot foot. DIABETES CARE, 33(2), 350-355 [10.2337/dc09-1141].

Proinflammatory modulation of the surface and cytokine phenotype of monocytes in patients with acute Charcot foot

UCCIOLI, LUIGI;CAVAZZA, ANTONELLA;ROCCHI, GIOVANNI;BERGAMINI, ALBERTO
2010-02

Abstract

Despite increased information on the importance of an inappropriate inflammatory response in the acute Charcot process, there has been no previous attempt to define the specific pathways that mediate its pathogenesis. Here, the role played by monocytes was analyzed.
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Rilevanza internazionale
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Settore MED/09 - Medicina Interna
English
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Diabetic Neuropathies; Phenotype; Antigens, CD; Humans; Flow Cytometry; Acute Disease; Apoptosis; Inflammation; Magnetic Resonance Imaging; Cytokines; Monocytes; Reference Values; Diabetic Angiopathies; Gait Disorders, Neurologic
Uccioli, L., Sinistro, A., Almerighi, C., Ciaprini, C., Cavazza, A., Giurato, L., et al. (2010). Proinflammatory modulation of the surface and cytokine phenotype of monocytes in patients with acute Charcot foot. DIABETES CARE, 33(2), 350-355 [10.2337/dc09-1141].
Uccioli, L; Sinistro, A; Almerighi, C; Ciaprini, C; Cavazza, A; Giurato, L; Ruotolo, V; Spasaro, F; Vainieri, E; Rocchi, G; Bergamini, A
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