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fi·brot·ic

(fī-brot'ik),
Pertaining to or characterized by fibrosis.

fibrotic

adjective Referring to or characterised by fibrosis.

fi·brot·ic

(fī-brot'ik)
Pertaining to or characterized by fibrosis.

Fibrotic

Pertaining to or characterized by fibrosis. In dermatological description, "fibrotic" would be used to describe leathery, bound-down, or thickened, scarred skin.
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To elucidate the function of TAZ in NSIP by analyzing the differences in TAZ expression between the two types of NSIP, we compared TAZ expression levels in fibroblasts, bronchiolar cells, and alveolar cells between the NSIP cellular and fibrotic groups.
Current standard of care addresses some of the inflammation that occurs in IPF but does not target the fibrotic process itself.
Figure 3 shows the audiograms for the ears with fibrotic aural atresia.
The antibody is designed to treat patients with fibrotic and inflammatory diseases through a novel dual mechanism of action that interferes with fibrosis processes directly as well as attenuates the inflammatory process that supports the fibrotic milieu and disease progression.
When called into action, stellate cells produce fibrotic proteins in an attempt to heal an injury.
Over time, chronic inflammation leads to the formation of granulation tissue in the ear canal, and the granulation eventually matures into dense fibrotic tissue.
This novel approach provides an opportunity to offer a first-in-class therapeutic to meet the unmet needs of patients with fibrotic diseases," said Dr.
Boehringer Ingelheim today announced it has established a research collaboration with the Harvard Stem Cell Institutes - Harvard Fibrosis Network to discover new ways of treating fibrotic diseases such as idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), chronic kidney disease (CKD) and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH).
In the face of chronic liver injury - due to excess fat, chronic viral hepatitis or alcohol abuse, for example - stellate cells become activated and launch an inflammatory and fibrotic cascade that eventually results in the build-up of collagen scar tissue in the liver.
Repeat videostroboscopy showed resolution of the yellow and red discoloration of the vocal folds but persistent bilateral fibrotic masses with underlying scar.
25938), demonstrates the specificity of GKT137831 and its ability to attenuate development of fibrosis in the liver and production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in two models of disease, as well as inhibiting messenger RNA expression of fibrotic and NOX genes.
Bristol-Myers Squibb and Galecto Biotech AB announced that the firms, along with the Galecto stakeholders, have entered into a deal that provides the former with the exclusive option to buy Galecto Biotech AB and gain global rights to its lead asset TD139, a novel inhaled inhibitor of galectin-3 in first phase of development to treat idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) and other pulmonary fibrotic conditions.