FIBROGENIC PATHWAYS IN 3D TISSUE MODELS: FROM LYSYL OXIDASE ENZYMES TO SCLERODERMAHuang, Mengqi.
Abstract: Scleroderma (SSc) is a heterogeneous, progressive disease characterized by collagen accumulation in skin. The majority of the patients with this condition present with debilitating cutaneous fibrosis and contractual changes that affect tendons and subcutaneous tissues. In the past decade, tremendous progress has been achieved to understand this devastating disease. Unfortunately, no effe... read more
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