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The hard problem: Mechanotransduction perpetuates the myofibroblast phenotype in scleroderma fibrosis.

 

Fibrotic myofibroblasts possess an intrinsically activated pro-adhesive signaling pathway, and that this contributes to the perpetuation of pathological fibrosis. PubMed, Wound Repair Regen, 01/07/2021. (Also see Fibroblasts)

 

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