Endothelial Mechanical Stretch Regulates the Immunological Synapse Interface of Renal Endothelial Cells in a Sex-Dependent Manner

Due to hypertension being multifactorial, the authors hypothesized that increased mechanical endothelial stretch promotes the regulation of major histocompatibility complexes and key costimulatory proteins on mouse renal endothelial cells in a stretch-dependent manner.
[American Journal Of Physiology-Renal Physiology]

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