She says her team is now investigating how the dendritic cells change in the arteries move and because they receive different signals. Arteries, The first author of the paper is research specialist Olga Pryshchep, with contributions from postdoctoral fellow Wei Ma – Krupa, Joerg Goronzy, co-director of compensation Center, and Brian Younge, of the Mayo Clinic.
Weyand hypothesizes that the dendritic cells in arteries are mainly performing a protective, calming function. Arteries are in constant contact with blood-borne pathogens, with potentially dangerous consequences of damaging the vessel wall. The time when breaks the protective function that we can see inflammation and various vascular disease, she says.Five-year survival rates from cancer has spread to risen to 65 %, and there excess of 10 million Krebs the survivors in the USA.