Immune cell regulation of liver regeneration and repair

D. Markose, P. Kirkland, P. Ramachandran, N.c. Henderson

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The liver harbors a rich, diverse spectrum of innate and adaptive immune cells. In homeostasis, these immune cells perform host defense against gut-derived pathogens and mediate tolerance to self-antigens. Following tissue injury there are complex interactions within the immune cell compartment which regulate liver regeneration and repair. Partial hepatectomy (PHx) and acetaminophen induced liver injury (AILI) are clinically relevant models of liver injury, which are commonly used to study liver regeneration. Here we discuss how the innate and adaptive immune systems influence liver regeneration and repair following acute hepatic injury.
Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Immunology and Regenerative Medicine
Early online date25 Apr 2018
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 25 Apr 2018


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