A01 Project Leader
Graduate School of Medicine, Chiba University
The aim of our study (A01) is to elucidate the cellular- and molecular-mechanisms of induction and maintenance of “inflammatory memory” during the resolution of inflammation. Especially, my team will elucidate the molecular mechanisms by which tissue-resident memory CD4+ T cells differentiate and persist over a long time in the inflamed tissues. We will also focus on the acquired immunity-dependent peripheral nerve elongation in the inflamed tissues to understand the tissue damage entropy induced by the neuro-immune correlation. Furthermore, we will conduct Proof of Concepts (POCs) using human samples.
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