The anti-fibrotic role of mast cells in the liver is mediated by HLA-G and interaction with hepatic stellate cells

Abstract : We have reported a significant association between HLA-G expression or the number of hepatic mast cells and liver fibrosis. Here, we investigated the role of HLA-G and mast cells in liver fibrosis, focusing, in particular, on interactions between human mast and stellate cells.
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Laurence Amiot, Nicolas Vu, Bernard Drenou, Maurice Scrofani, Arnaud Chalin, et al.. The anti-fibrotic role of mast cells in the liver is mediated by HLA-G and interaction with hepatic stellate cells. Cytokine, 2019, 117, pp.50-58. 〈10.1016/j.cyto.2019.02.002〉. 〈hal-02061957〉

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