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Aktivierende und inaktivierende Faktoren bei der Proliferation und Migration glatter Muskelzellen

  • J. Grünwald
  • P. Wülfroth
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Part of the Veröffentlichungen aus der Geomedizinischen Forschungsstelle book series (HD AKAD, volume 1988 / 1988/3)

Zusammenfassung

Proliferation (Wachstum und Teilung) und Migration (Wanderung) glatter Muskelzellen der arteriellen Gefäßwand sind Initialprozesse der Entwicklung einer Arteriosklerose und führen durch Einwanderung der glatten Muskelzellen in den subendothelialen Raum zur Ausbildung von arteriosklerotischen Läsionen [1]. In derartigen Plaques reichern sich nicht nur von der Zelle gebildete und in den Extrazellulärraum abgegebene Substanzen, sondern auch aus dem Blutstrom in die Gefäßwand eindringende Lipoproteine an.

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  • P. Wülfroth

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