Potential atheroprotective effects of ixmyelocel-T cellular therapy

      Advanced atherosclerotic lesions are characterized by lipid accumulation, chronic inflammation, and defective efferocytosis; an ideal therapy should address all aspects of this multi-factorial disease. Ixmyelocel-T, an expanded autologous multicellular therapy showing clinical promise in the treatment of severe diseases associated with atherosclerosis, includes a novel population of M2-like macrophages. We examined the properties of these macrophages to determine their potential mechanisms of action in atherosclerotic states.
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