Unravelling specific mechanisms of wound healing and pulmonary fibrosis in human ex vivo lung tissue slices

C. Hesse (Hannover, Germany), S. Mang (Biberach an der Riss, Germany), S. Wollin (Biberach an der Riss, Germany), M. Niehof (Hannover, Germany), P. Braubach (Hannover, Germany), D. Jonigk (Hannover, Germany), M. Kühnel (Hannover, Germany), G. Warnecke (Hannover, Germany), O. Pfennig (Hannover, Germany), H. Fieguth (Hannover, Germany), A. Braun (Hannover, Germany), K. Sewald (Hannover, Germany)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Pulmonary fibrosis: from models to patients
Session: Pulmonary fibrosis: from models to patients
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 994

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C. Hesse (Hannover, Germany), S. Mang (Biberach an der Riss, Germany), S. Wollin (Biberach an der Riss, Germany), M. Niehof (Hannover, Germany), P. Braubach (Hannover, Germany), D. Jonigk (Hannover, Germany), M. Kühnel (Hannover, Germany), G. Warnecke (Hannover, Germany), O. Pfennig (Hannover, Germany), H. Fieguth (Hannover, Germany), A. Braun (Hannover, Germany), K. Sewald (Hannover, Germany). Unravelling specific mechanisms of wound healing and pulmonary fibrosis in human ex vivo lung tissue slices. 994

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