The Resolution of Inflammation

Mauro Perretti and his research team pioneered the concept that acute inflammation resolves, naturally, by the engagement of endogenous mediators that activate a series of non-redundant processes (inhibition of immune cell trafficking, efferocytosis, tissue repair) typical of what we now call the Resolution of Inflammation. When resolution is malfunctioning it contributes to chronic inflammatory diseases.

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