Inhibition of macrophage nuclear factor-kappaB leads to a dominant anti-inflammatory phenotype that attenuates glomerular inflammation in vivo.

Heather M Wilson, Salah Chettibi, C. Jobin, David Walbaum, Andrew Jackson Rees, D. C. Kluth

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