Skin dendritic cells increase in number during early response to wounding

Stefano Bacci, Aurelio Bonelli & Paolo Romagnoli
Among the cells that may participate to wound response and wound healing, coordinate with other cell types, dendritic cells have been little studied until now and the least so in humans. This issue has been addressed on samples of wounded and control skin taken at autopsy and analyzed by immunohistochemistry and morphometry. Langerhans cell number in the epidermis and the relative volume of MHC II+ cells in the dermis increased transiently upon wounding, with a...
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