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No Pain, No Gain: Inflammation and Muscle Repair

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Skeletal muscle injury is extremely common, and few therapies exist to improve or speed repair. Dr. Carpenter studies inflammatory cell signaling in skeletal muscle regeneration following injury. She is particularly interested in understanding how wnt ligands produced by macrophages influence endothelial permeability, integrity and expansion. Because anti-inflammatory treatments are often used following muscle injury, she is also interested in how these therapies directly impact inflammation and muscle healing.

Publication Date

11-12-2020

Keywords

muscle injury, healing, inflammation, endothelial permeability, macrophages, Wnt signaling, cryotherapy

Disciplines

Cellular and Molecular Physiology | Exercise Physiology | Tissues

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Delivered as a faculty Baden presentation with an introduction by Dr. Mark Schneider, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Ursinus College.

The downloadable .m4v file has a run time of 1 hour and 3 minutes.

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The contents of this presentation are for educational purposes only.

No Pain, No Gain: Inflammation and Muscle Repair

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