Blériot et al., Cell 2019

“Cloaking” on Time: A Cover-Up Act by Resident Tissue Macrophages.


Camille Blériot, Lai Guan Ng and Florent Ginhoux wrote a preview to our recent paper in Cell.

SUMMARY In this issue of Cell, Uderhardt et al. employed intravital two-photon microscopy to examine tissue-resident macrophage responses to sterile cellular injuries of variable size. They observed that while multi-cell “macrolesions” are characteristically pro-inflammatory, resident macrophages can “cloak” single-cell microlesions to prevent excessive neutrophil recruitment and limit subsequent tissue damage.

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