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Resolving the fibrotic niche of human liver cirrhosis at single-cell level - Seurat RData object

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PublisherEdinburgh DataShare
Date made available25 Oct 2019

Abstract

We profile the transcriptomes of non-parenchymal cell types present in healthy and cirrhotic human liver. In particular, we uncover a novel scar-associated TREM2+CD9+ macrophage subpopulation, which expands in liver fibrosis, differentiates from circulating monocytes, has a corollary population in mouse liver fibrosis and is pro-fibrogenic. We also define novel ACKR1+ and PLVAP+ endothelial cells which expand in cirrhosis, are topographically scar-restricted and enhance leucocyte transmigration.

Data Citation

Ramachandran, Prakash; Henderson, Neil; Wilson-Kanamori, John Roger. (2019). Resolving the fibrotic niche of human liver cirrhosis at single-cell level - Seurat RData object, [dataset]. University of Edinburgh Centre for Inflammation Research. https://doi.org/10.7488/ds/2637.

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