PGE2 production at sites of tissue injury promotes an anti-inflammatory neutrophil phenotype and determines the outcome of inflammation resolution in vivo

Catherine A. Loynes, Jou A . Lee, Anne L. Robertson, Michael J. G. Steel, Felix Ellett, Yi Feng, Bruce D. Levy, Moira K. B. Whyte, Stephen A. Renshaw

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