Making Ends Meet: Myeloid Cells Catalyze Blood Vessel Repair in the Brain

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Abstract

Hemorrhagic stroke, primarily caused by rupture of blood vessels in the brain, is a leading cause of death and disability in adults. In this issue ofImmunity,Liu et al. (2016)demonstrate that repair of cerebrovascular ruptures can be directly mediated by myeloid cells.

Hemorrhagic stroke, primarily caused by rupture of blood vessels in the brain, is a leading cause of death and disability in adults. In this issue of Immunity, Liu et al. (2016) demonstrate that repair of cerebrovascular ruptures can be directly mediated by myeloid cells.

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