E-poster session SaaG: Revenge of macrophages| Volume 287, e79, August 2019

Re-Programming Atherosclerotic Plaque Macrophages Towards An Anti-Atherogenic Phenotype

      Background and Aims: Macrophages are one of the critical drivers of atherosclerotic plaque inflammation, which may be beneficial in early disease stages, but later more detrimental. The latter effects could potentially be halted by re-instructing plaque macrophages towards an anti-inflammatory, inflammation-resolving phenotype. Therefore, we aim to identify key genes in atherosclerosis that skew macrophages from pro- towards an anti-atherogenic phenotypes.
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