Phenotype and Response to PAMPs of Human Monocyte-Derived Foam Cells Obtained by Long-Term Culture in the Presence of oxLDLs

Phenotype and Response to PAMPs of Human Monocyte-Derived Foam Cells Obtained by Long-Term Culture in the Presence of oxLDLs

Ldl cholesterol-laden, foam macrophages represent probably the most attribute part of human atherosclerotic plaques. Persistent uptake of oxLDLs ends in accumulation of lipid our bodies contained in the cells and determines their phenotype and subsequent features. On this work, we describe the phenotype of human monocyte-derived foam cells obtained by differentiation within the fixed presence […]

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